Great health insurance options. 4 weeks vacation after only a few years. Company paid life insurance, short term and long term disability.
Paid vacation about 2 weeks to start. FSA and 10% on off hour work. Health insurance.
Great health benefits options, vision, dental, the works ...
They claim that they offer $3000 a year toward education, but in reality when you use your own money to attend an educational event, you will be denied depending on the type of education. You will be referred to their policy that states "As per the Education assistance policy, Conference, Seminars, Lectures, Meetings, Workshops, Events etc. are not covered to claim for reimbursement." Additionally, this employer only matches the first one percent toward your retirement.
Managers allow employees to work from home occasionally. Also , there is flexible working hours. 401K match is only 1%.
401k, medical and dental insurance
3 weeks PTO to start plus additional week during Christmas time. Average health insurance.
Fantastic benefit options. Health insurance packages are numerous. Out of pocket cost can be very low to lower. A very healthy package of benefit options to choose from. Many company paid benefits for employee & family.
uses United Healthcare for health insurance. dental and vision care are good.
There are very few benefits above and beyond what's expected. We have a regular retirement plan and decent health insurance (although some would argue otherwise). Vacation time is decent and everyone takes 2 weeks off in the year. But what's really missing here are the perks. The company has offices worldwide but it needs to understand that different regions have different needs. In order to hire good talent and even more important, in order to retain the talent you have, you need to play the same game as others in your area. The benefits team is in Waterloo, Ontario, where it doesn't take much to keep an employee happy. But the Silicon Valley office doesn't operate under the same stakes as Waterloo. Why are our perks be held to a Waterloo standard? In the Valley, companies offer a whole slew of benefits and perks. There are RSUs, retention bonuses, on the spot bonuses... Nobody in my team got offered any bonuses when we started. In fact, some of us were told that there would be no bonuses. And for perks.-- other companies have creative perks... they have perks like free snacks, child care discounts, dry cleaning, free electric vehicle charging... OK, we got a fancy looking office, a game room, bike rentals, and a kombucha tap.... all a good start but there's a long way to go. Something as simple as a stockroom with free Costco snacks even...
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