Recent 2017 changes to the comprehensive benefit program has recently introduced equal lengths of time off for both maternity and paternity benefits (mothers can also take advantage of any state ST disability/maternity programs on top of Point B's) and up to 4 weeks of paid time off. Amazing!
Company pays all premiums for employee medical insurance. ESOP is a good long term retirement benefit.
Worst: Very poor route to compliance with Seattle Sick Leave law. Aledge paid time off but if you look at your pay check for the month you quickly realize that you have to take a lot of time off to actually get true PTO and even then it is at 70% of your will rate. Does not align with the company core values. Best: Ability to take unpaid time off.
Paid time off is horrible
The biggest benefit about Point B is the flexibility - the ability to take time off in between engagements and no major vacation time restrictions. It is definitely a lifestyle company.
Health insurance is comparable to my previous employer, which I believe is a good plan. 401k is structured a little differently, because its based on company 'stock' price. Vesting schedule is comparable with other companies. PTO is different in consulting because you really get paid for the time you work. This gives employees incredible amounts of flexibility. Maternity leave benefits were recently enhanced.
Medical is middle of the road. Plans changed every year I was there, with each year trending with higher deductibles and more out of pocket expenses. No support at company to help if there were problems or to help resolve issues with insurance
Our benefits cover the basic needs for me and my family, but they aren't as competitive as other companies for paid time off or in wellness. For a self-funded firm, wellness could potentially help our bottom line so i'm surprised we do not have better incentives to keep healthcare costs down. As employee-owners we can move the dial on this!
Competitive and flexible. Would like to see more retirement support.
Flexible - provides employee with choices
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