Good insurance plan; balanced number of vacation days; travel expenses, and team lunches can be reimbursed; No 401k contribution,
The worst part is there is no retirement plan (of any value). ADP can reach right in and detract fees if you decide to move the savings.
The stock options would be the best part, but I have zero confidence in ethical financial behaviors and believe it is unlikely that the company will go public.
Benefits offered by Mu Sigma are the legal minimum of what a company must cover in terms of paid sick leave, health insurance, life insurance, etc.
401K, vision, dental and health insurance
Benefits are not that great.
You pay for half your health insurance, get about 10 vacation days in addition to about 7-9 company holidays, no 401K, no other benefits.
Limited time off and not at all competitive benefits compared to industry standards
The variable pay have not been paid out in full for the last 2 years. People with stock options suffer as they buy back stocks at a very low rate.
-No 401K match -Health/Dental insurance -10 total days off (sick days, vacation time, etc.) -No transport subsidy/reimbursements
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.