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.
401k is not matched and health insurance is a little on the weak side but is sufficient.
Lack of 401k matching. You're better off spinning up a ROTH.
Great benefits package. They take good care of their employees
People here work hard so they are treated with respect. Most programs tailored better for younger employees without families, but still pretty good.
Benefits is a low priority for the company. You will spend most your paycheck paying for benefits. -Health Insurance - HSA ONLY Plans - with dental, vision, and supplemental to try and make up the difference is $1,100K plus a MONTH for a family. (cheapest plan - deductible - 13K- that’s right deductible!) -No PPO plans. -Health Insurance is an employee funded program - for 500-600 employees this is concerning - Do your research!! -This company comes across as they do NOT supports families or anyone who has a medical condition. -401K - Employer does NOT contribute - you are losing money everyday you work here. -Example of why this is so horrible for the employee..... you work here for 5 years and pay 1,000 into your 401K account every year (totaling - 5,000). Madwire doesn't match, you would lose $50,000, just by working here for 5 years. The reason is your 401K is "supposed" to double every ten years (rule of thumb for financial advisors). -Vacation time is typical nothing special - 2 weeks - No paid sick -There are plenty of other companies who offer better benefits - go work there!
Madwire offers nearly every benefit you could hope for. I recently had a health scare and without my health insurance I would have been in a bad place financially.
The health insurance is a joke and covers virtually nothing, bereavement is like two days unless you are part of Madwire royalty, and mental health is laughed at and non-existent, not even covered under any plan offered.
A 401k with not company match is offered, health benefits leave a lot to be desired.
Decent time off. 2 weeks to start, goes up to 4 weeks after 4 years!
If you're a single 20-something, the benefits are good enough for anything you could really need. 401K matching will hopefully be coming soon from what I've heard.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.