No tuition reimbursement for further education/training/certification
Since I interviewed as an intern, there were no benefits packages for my position. However, I have heard great things on NED's benefits package.
retirement, commuter benefits, and PTO was great.
Their benefits were amazing all around.
Great work-life balance (in by 9 a.m. and out by 5 p.m., no working on weekends), excellent health care coverage, generous tuition benefit to cover conference attendance and evening classes, good 403(b) plan.
In year two, NED starts to contribute to your IRA. Year three, you get 5 weeks of vacation. The health benefits are amazing, too, and covered largely by NED. NED also has flextime, which can help for traveling even if you don't have vacation accrued.
Employee may select from differ work schedules that best suits their pattern of arrivals and departures. For example, I like to work 8:30am - 5:00pm.
After one year, 10% IRA contributions. Good health care choices. Vacation is ok, and personal days can be used out of sick days, which helps during year one.
Employees start of with 3 weeks of annual paid vacation, in addition to sick and personal leave. Great insurance (including dental), life insurance policy, and a 401K.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.