Great benefits package overall and management is pretty flexible about how it's used.
Best Benefits are the flexibility company gives in using sick/personal/vacation time as well as paternity leave (in my case)
Nothing really bad that I can think of.
Great health insurance coverage! I have used it to see a therapist and chiropractor which has dramatically reduced what I would pay out of pocket
Great health insurance although employee contribution has gone up in the past year. Generous maternity and paternity leave. No 401K with matching contributions but there is a profit sharing plan.
Best insurance I have ever had.
Insurance benefits are excellent. Very generous profit sharing plan. You’re 100% vested after 5 years. They pay 80% of the insurance which is great
Insurance is the best part of their benefits. They cut how much they pay into it last year, but they still pay 85% for full time and 80% for part time. Copays have gone up significantly over the last few years but this seems to be for every company. As a new employee you get 2 weeks paid vacation, 12 paid holidays, 10 sick days and 2 personal days. If part time, it is pro-rated. At 5 years, you get 3 weeks vacation and once you hit 15 years, you get up to 4 weeks only if approved by management. They have telecommuting after a selected time frame. Starts with 1 day a week after 18 months as an employee I believe and after a specific time frame it can go up to 2 days a week. It used to be flexible which was great, so you could move your days around as needed but now it is very rigid and uncompromising. You must pick 2 days that you telecommute and can only do so on these days. If you must go in the office for a meeting or training, you lose your day. Supervisors and management only get one telecommute day. They offer life insurance (50k) and profit sharing (to their discretion on how much is divvied out each year) instead of 401k. There is a yearly bonus, which used to be a big deal, however it has gotten smaller and smaller each year. It is down to a third of what it used to be. Have not offered stock to employees in over 5 years. Pay is on the low side compared to other companies.
Generous medical benefits. Flexibility and work/life balance available to staff.
Theu benifits package is just amazing, and kinda excessive, its how they get you to stay, but they pay once a month and that is something to get used to.
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