Good: 4 week vacation. Sick leave is not counted as vacation days. Bad: Dental is not as good.
Pros: Higher than market average base annual slary, good insurance benefits coverage that includes dental and natual therapies. Cons: unpaid overtime and weekend hours, due to fixed annual slary. Management will find any simple flimsy excuses to deny yearly end bonuses &raises & promtions to the common workers. Excuse such as small spelling mistakes, small communication differences ... etc. Very cheap and unkind managers full of internal fights.
Cannot tell - I'm a contractor, my rate is OK. As I learned it could be better though.
Salaries are above average for the same job roles in the same area, but no stacks/options at all.
Best thing is performance bonus. There is motivation to do well with projects.
6% match on RRSP employer contribution from day 1 of fulltime employment.
4 weeks vacation, RRSP matching plan up to 4% of Salary, flexible hours & working from home.
Good vacation (4 weeks) but it drops to 2 weeks (prorated, so even less) if you leave during the year.
Good benefits. Less compared to those offered in core locations. Work from home possible. A good company to start with.
4 weeks vacation from the first day of work 100% RRSP matching up to 6% of your salary (max 7k) 1 week paid paternity leave provided by the company Work from home and flexible hours