The basics: Medical/Dental/Vision, 401(k).
The extras: Paid Parental Leave, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Stock Purchase Plans, Wellness Programs, Financial Planning, Employee Referral Program.
Great PTO and great cheap insurance
Overall the health benefits are decent for the price
Second year in and health benefits are better and didn’t go up!
The opportunity to invest in the company through the ESPP is an incredible benefit to have on top of the 401k option.
Beyond endless earning capability, PCTY provides the most robust benefits I’ve ever seen. Note: I come from group employee benefits industry.
Definitely buy some stock at Paylocity.
They push you to get the "cheap" plan and provide company FSA money for this plan - however for people that need extensive coverage they need the more expensive plan that offers no company FSA funds - very backwards!!
Paylocity's benefits are definitely competitive but not the best. Good, but not great. Pros: health coverage is great - covers 80% - 100% of cost after deductible. Starts the 1st after your hire date. Dental & vision are pretty standard. Working remote is pretty common for most positions, even if you aren't fully remote you have the choice of a few days a week. Free gym or reimbursed membership. Always free drinks & snacks and usually catered lunches. Bonuses. Volunteer days. Employee Stock option & employer match retirement plan. Cons: PTO could be better - Paylocity's holidays off & amount of allotted time is not as competitive to other tech companies. Only the major 6 holidays off with 2 floating. Only 18 PTO days the 1st year & 21 days after 1st year. Most tech companies give unlimited PTO. Surprisingly, there isn't an onsite health clinic at any offices. If the company invested in this medical premiums could be free or a lot cheaper.
no increase in premium amounts
Constantly adding to the benefits package and keeping costs down. Healthcare HDHP is incredible and hasn't gone up in cost in at least 3 years! Not to mention paid parental leave, ESPP, etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.