- All Employees
- Full Time
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.
Which benefits does Paylocity provide?
Current and former employees report that Paylocity provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(82 comments)
“I like that they have BlueCross BlueShield”
- 401K Plan(71 comments)
“it is Average at best”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(48 comments)
“Very basic but not competitive with other companies”
Great company perks & benefits.
401k at 50% up to 8% contribution
No complaints about benefits here!
HSA contribution is really great
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I left Medallia and started a new HRIS Manger role at a large healthcare organization. It’s my first week and there are several red flags: * For the next 6 weeks, I am at an overflow location completely separated from all but 2 members of my team. It is an interior office with no windows in a large office building. It is like working in a walk-in closet. * When we move, the hybrid option I was led to believe was an option will not be.
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Benefits are exceptional and well organized delivery
Health insurance is great as they haven't been premium increases for the past 2 years.
Good Healthcare which is BlueCross BlueShield Maternity Leave is only 6 weeks which is too low and needs to be improved PTO is not very good and needs to be
Good healthcare coverage, decent PTO policies, EAP and wellness programs available. Have had flexibility in the work environment. Most of organization has flexibility in work location and schedule. There are shifts with new leadership that could impact that for some roles.
Nothing! they are good benefits.
Great health insurance coverage in the US, but poor benefits otherwise. (Low PTO, no WFH stipend, dated/limited equipment)