fully covered non contributory benefits
decent pay, don't believe everything your told about additional compensation perks.
You receive a purse that will likely cover most or all of your health insurance and some other things like life insurance. Worst aspect: at the time I left the company there were a total of 20 paid days off, which includes holidays, vacation, sick, and personal days.
No 401k match. The insurance is good, but very expensive and they do not cover anything. Instead a, comparatively small, stipend is given based on title that can be applied.
We get benefits which are in the same league or better as in a financial institution while having the privilege (and fun!) of working for a start up. The health insurance, dental and vision are reasonably priced, and you can get the benefit in cash if you don't take it from the company! 401k was put in place last year. People work hard, but I've never seen a problem for anyone to take as much vacation as needed, within limits of course. Free lunch and free dinner if you work late. We used to put a lot of Saturdays/Sundays, but this is not the case anymore. People work hard and play hard, literally. Free wine & beer and pool games on Fridays.
Benefits are great all-around, including the health plan, free snacks, transit cards, retirement plan, and free lunch every day. No problems taking vacation and/or other time off as needed.
Pre-tax and Roth 401k plans available, medical, dental, vision, family, all are available.
Health & medical benefits for a family are excellent. The out-of-pocket cost is a bit higher than I've seen at other companies but the coverage is top-notch. A 401k plan - with a Roth option - was introduced in mid-2015.
Weird package... Excellent if you are a long time friend of the CEO... taking time off or even a week-end off is considered disloyal and a lack of committment to the firm even if the CEO shows up several hours late for a Saturday meeting.
There is no HR staff, no 401K, no section 125. Vacations don't really exist and taking off for national holidays is heavily frowned upon.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.