After 60 days you are eligible for group health insurance. After 90 days you unlock your 10 days of PTO. You get 10 days of PTO your first year, 10 your second year, 15 your third year and 20 thereafter. There is an option for a 401(k); currently contributions are not matched but there are plans to do so in the future. We also offer paid volunteer time and bereavement pay.
#1 reason- they offer benefits and they match contributions! Reasonable price with great coverage!
It would be nice if a larger percentage of the benefits were paid. Also, a 401k match would be exceptional.
No match 401K just yet
There are lots of free food days, great company parties, those Coca Cola make your own drink machines, and general small perks. They have a 401K setup that you can put into, but no matching.
Bare minimum... Only covers $200 for medical. No 401k match. Paying close to $1,000 a month for my family. 10 PTO (+1 BD PTO) which includes your sick days.
401k (no match) Not the best insurance 10 PTO and NO sick days You get 15 days after 2 years and 20 after 4 year. REALLY? 4 years for a decent PTO... (as it doesn’t include sick days. this is really what should be offered when you start off, or at least 15)
10 PTO Expensive medical No sick days No 410k match no working from home allowed No flexible work hours Long days required to be successful (unless you are super efficient)
No 401K Matching currently in the plan
The Health Insurance is pretty pricey but decent. Matching HSA up to $100 a month. Not enough vacation time.
I personally do not utilize the benefits from Madwire because of the options that we have. The health care is not very good and there was no maternity leave up until recently and it's still very poor. With how fast our company is growing, I would hope they decide to improve their benefits package to take care of their current employees and encourage others to join the company as well. You get 10 days PTO your first two years, which isn't bad but that includes any vacation AND sick days. It would be fine if that was vacation days and you had maybe 5 sicks days or so throughout the year to use. Not all jobs are able to work from home, so if you are sick but can still work you just don't want to come into the office and get anyone else sick, you are forced to use a PTO day versus being able to work from home like some positions can. If you are a client facing position, I feel you should have some extra PTO days for sickness so you don't have to use your vacation days on days your willing to work but can't come in.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.