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Our first priority is always the health and well-being of our team, which is why we’re proud to provide such excellent programs to support this for our employees and their families. Team members have access to numerous benefits including: • $1 per-pay-period health insurance • 401(k) plan with company match • flexible spending accounts (FSAs) • $50,000 basic life and AD&D • paid vacation, holidays and sick leave • employee stock purchase plan • paid family leave • on-site fitness centers • on-site cafes with $4 catered lunches • pet insurance • financial wellness program • backup childcare • maternity support platform • paid long-term disability • paid employee assistance program • on-site workplace wellness advisor
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Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(114 comments)
“Benefits are very employee friendly”
- 401K Plan(103 comments)
“100% 401k match for the first 1% and 50% for the next 2-5%”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(56 comments)
“All benefits are 5 stars”
Fantastic value, both pricing and provider are top tier.
Medical is a $1 for EE only!
Love the current benefits including competitive PTO, Sick Leave, Bereavement, health insurance, and pet insurance, as well as many more.
Generous time off and bereavement leave.
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Great health benefits as well as many options to add on
At the time it was 1 dollar for healthcare.
Best thing about benefits was affordable health insurance
There are no work from home options.
benefits are decent, no hybrid or flexibility is a downside
Great benefits package if you are single health is $1 a pay period.