Insanely generous for a non-profit.
15 PTO to start (+1 each additional year; maxes out at 20 per year) 2 personal days to start (maxes out at 5 per year after 10 years) 12 sick days per year 401K: to maximize benefits, contribute 6% and they'll match 12% Health insurance: Kaiser is free; You have to pay around $100/month out of pocket for Cigna Transportation: Free Orca Card WFH: Depending on the program, usually once per week.
They offer a generous amount of paid vacation and sick leave.
Overall great- matching for 401(k), lots of vacation, nice work-life balance, and great coverage.
PATH has a generous benefits package and HR staff are helpful when navigating issues that arise with benefits.
Health insurance options are just okay, happy they have dental and vision, generous PTO (but it doesn't kick in for 90 days), paid commuter benefits, 401k plan with company matching and they're also great about letting you work from home.
Outstanding 401k employer contribution and great matching program as well. Great commuter benefits. Quality healthcare options at a range of prices. Monthly fitness benefit. Good vacation leave accrual and holiday schedule. Training and educational benefits are great as well.
Amazing 401k benefits with up to 12% employer contribution. Strong health insurance options which you can somewhat tailor to your needs. Vacation and leave package could use some help, like most companies. Overall, it's a balanced package.
Excellent 401k matching, and healthcare benefits. Additional work/life balance benefits.
The office environment is great, people are friendly, there are lots of little perks to make work enjoyable.
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