Several nice things are On-site gym and doctor for your wellness
good-On-site cafeteria, gym (you have to pay to use) and beer/wine on Thursdays. so so-Some departments allow work from home and flexible hours, but it is up to the manager and VP, not a company policy poor-now with Stryker PTO has been changed to vacation and sick and has been reduced from what Physio provided. Healthcare used to be great, but with Stryker premiums are more expensive and higher deductibles.
The annual bonus is pretty decent. Base salary was fairly standard. New education reimbursement is pretty good under Stryker $15k annual. Stock options with Stryker are not very good.
They have great benefits overall, however the benefits department is slow with responses.
Greatest ever. Got paid alot. After all it was borrowed from the future.
Being apart of the Data Solutions team (Duluth, MN), the benefits package is not currently the same for Redmond employees. Salary increases last fiscal year were <3%, bonuses were either $250, $350, and $500 (after taxes and also depending on employee tier). 401k match was 3% instead of a "promised" "at least 6% based on team performance." Needless to say, the acquisition of the Data Solutions team has not been a good translation. Lot's of empty promises from leadership.
As a single person, I am fine with the benefits package. No comment for families.
The health insurance is good with $1,000 to spend a year. 401K is also decent and it is comparable to other companies.
Low insurance premiums, great retirement benefits, onsite gym, free health clinic, strong career development programs. Great company events!
401k takes 5 years to be vested. Only offers High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.