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The time off package was great. A lump sum of 20 days granted at beginning of the year, all sick days and pto were from this pool. I don't get sick, so I had equivalent of 4 weeks vacation. that was great. They do a 3% 401(k) matching, however you must be employed over 5 years before you can actually keep those contributions. They begin "vesting" after 3 years I believe, and are fully vested after 5. I left at the 3 year mark, so got to keep only my own contributions. :(
The PTO is very generous, and 401k match is good. Benefits are pretty typical.
Great benefits! The best ones are 20+ days of PTO, corporate wellness plan, WFH, and flexibility. There's free soda and coffee, and snacks. I can't really think of anything that I don't like about the benefits.
401K match is good, but it takes a while to vest. Annual raises are moderate and the bonus structure is non-existent for some roles.
Matching 401K, Generous PTO Can't comment on medical/dental as I get through spouse.
Decent 401k after a couple years. Bad insurance, high copays. Poor vacation time.
After years of no 401K match, we now have it!
There was no matching 401k and they were going to get rid of the good healthcare package for a crappy FSA one. Wageworks and the discounts were good.
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