In general benefits were comparable with other companies of a similar size. The biggest issue I had was that the carriers seemed to change nearly every year.
Worst maternity leave in today's age and the HR in the company has no idea how the policy works. Also, NICE is trying to advertise itself as flexible, lgbt supportive, women supportive etc. But don't believe these PR strategies. Truth is the upper management is running a rat race. They are crossing the ethical boundaries and using the swipe in and swipe out data, pointing at individuals. Also, women are forced to chose between family/work no balance provided because directors and above are busy doing CYA. Talk to an employee before you decide to join.
The best - Health Benefits.
Best thing is to work from home.
They offer a good package with a 'name brand' insurance co, at a reasonable/minimal cost to employer. The dental plan is not much different than any other, but the family health coverage is much less than at previous employers and fairly robust in what it covers.
Benefits are like any other IT firms
Excellent health insurance. High fees on 401k - lacks any institutional share classes with lower fees.
should be updated to remain competitive
company perks, health insurance, 401K plan, work from home, Free breakfast on Fridays and snacks, coffee and etc..
Excellent Health insurance. PPO with very low deductible 401k with standard industry matching
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