There is an Onsite Med Clinic
Ppo is available with good copays. Company switched to blue Cross blue shield which is much better then Cigna
NI offers a 3.5% 401k match
Vacation starts out pretty reasonable, and goes up with tenure
NI has made significant strides in this area in the last few years, from improving vacation accruals to greatly increasing parental leave to more competitive salaries (though there's still some work to be done on that front). Medical is good, though premiums do keep rising and the jury is out on whether the recent move to BCBS from Cigna will provide "equivalent or better" coverage as they claim.
Medical is very comprehensive and premiums you pay are lower than other companies of similar size.
The best is the work-life balance, the worst is the base salary, no opportunity for growth, and no salary increase.
Good rates on health insurance. Took away ability to roll over any vacation and also quit paying out the balance at termination. Nice to have on-site clinic but problematic when you no longer work there to have to change PCP so should have opted out of this.
401K matching is low, Bonus is super low.
Good insurance package (Health, Vision, Dental, Mental, Life, etc.), ESPP is a good way to save money, compensation is below market, 15 days of PTO, Sickdays, 3 floating holidays, 10 holidays. The worst thing is the bad compensation and the non-existent bonuses. Their yearly "company performance bonus" is a joke.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.