Excellent health insurance, 3% matching on 401K. The only downside is that sick days come out of your PTO, however they do allow you to accrue extended illness days and that is nice.
Match 401k up to 6%, vacation time, PTO, annual trip if you meet your goal, flexibility.
Great healthcare coverage especially for singles. 401k match isn’t great. Large amount of time off and illness time which is great.
Flexible work from home schedule, tons of PTO days.
They have a very low 401k match.
Retirement planning and 401k matching is quite terrible. Healthcare plan is ok. Do not listen to anything they say about flexible work schedules as a benefit. The expectation is that you will clock in and clock out according to being "seen" and that the only acceptable reason to deviate from that norm is if you have children. If you have to take a sick day it will be detrimental to how you are viewed.
The benefits package is very comprehensive with a lot of room to tailor it to you and your family's needs.
The amount of PTO you receive is really generous and the health care packages seem decently average.
401k has an almost useless match. Where most companies match your contribution up to 6% of your income (50k, employee gives 3k, company gives 3k). Instead it’s 1/4 % match and vests in 6 years.
We get 4 weeks of PTO each year, and if you haven't used it all by the end of the year, it rolls over. For a single person, the health, dental and vision benefits are awesome. We also get 4 hours a year of volunteer time off, where we can take 4 hours out of our day to go volunteer in the community.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.