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“Premiums are ridiculous. Nudge needs to contribute more towards our benefits.”
Great health, dental, eye insurance, basic life insurance provided by company, great compensation packages
Health Insurance options are good, paid time off includes sick time (for good or bad, depends on you). It would be very nice to have a flex spending account and a retirement benefit like a 401k.
Some of the worst things about the benefits is that they don't care about employees so there is no long term benefits such as any retirement 401k. They also contribute very little towards employee benefits. They could care less.
Nudge could seriously improve on benefits. It is hard to attract talent for competitive positions when our company has the weakest benefits package. Company health insurance plans are far too expensive. A family plan will cost an employee $9k+ per year while the national average is $6-7k (ahrq.gov). Nudge does not offer any retirement plan to its 800 employees. Nudge is a company that specializes in leveraging a customers retirement funds to invest, yet provides no opportunity for its own employees to build a retirement fund? Really makes no sense.
There is no 401k or retirement plan.
Love the profit sharing and minimal costs for healthcare.
The company had a few options between an HSA or a standard coverage. They did a good job of educating the employees on their options. It had decent coverage for families.
Stocked break room, group health insurance, free life insurance policy, free disability policy, free gym membership, and two weeks of paid time off in your first year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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