Being able to work from home full-time was the best benefit. Health care was good as well.
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...
Vacation was typical for a large company. However health insurance was limited, with only a couple of selections.
Time off is good. One week company shutdown between Christmas and New Years. Unlimited sick leave. Health/dental could be better. Premiums are high are providers are second tier.
Benefits could be better
The benefits are expensive, eye care insurance is not accpeted by most drs and they dont match for 401K
Benefits tended to be so/so. The US Health insurance went from decent to barely okay, 401K contributions by OTEX were significantly sub-par when compared to their competitors
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Legal Benefits offered was good, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Company Closure for week between Christmas and New Years.
Good benefits and paid time off. Time off starts at 15 days and increases one day per year of employment and maxes out at 20 days. Company offers a small wellness reimbursement as well as good professional development educational assistance.
Benefits are very good
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