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“Solid medical coverage without any out of pocket expenses.”
“The system didn't make much sense”
“They gave out as much stuff as you needed to eat....They seem to think this is something new or novel.”
We get plenty of PTO.
Benefits package just meets the minimum industry standard. Health Insurance is offered, but not paid 100%. 401k is offered but company doesn't match at all. No stipend for professional development. Vacation time is adequate. Lunch rarely provided, and snacks are limited.
It's a solid plan, just no cellphone reimbursement kind of sucks but not a deal breaker.
No 401k match, the "better" health insurance was good but expensive, low PTO, no support for conferences, no support or stipend for remote employees.
The company pays about 75% for medical, which is nice. It includes all tiers, so it doesn't matter who you have on the medical plan. Same for dental. 50% for eye care. Medical benefits are pretty good, considering the whole country's healthcare issues.
No 401k match, Expensive health insurance. PTO system is archaic Stock options are oversold to new employees and are virtually worthless.
no company 401k match, unfair bonus structure and implementation
Work from home options (depending on role), 401k, health, dental, vision. Overall, was satisfied with the benefits package. Only real con: No 401k match options.
No matching 401K, Flexible work enviroment
Mobiquity recruiters pitched "great benefits" but I found them to be merely typical and far lesser than my last employer. Particularly, far fewer vacation days. The health plan was particularly stupidly set up where only the employer saved money if the employee chose a less-expensive health plan, thus, you might as well choose the most expensive plan.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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