3, 4, 5 weeks of vacation per five years, 1 week sick/personal, 10 holidays, 7% 401k contribution regardless of employee contribution, great parties, annual bonuses, spot awards. They do it all.
Vacation, 401K, company perks, health insurance
Great small-company benefits, even as they grow. Local entertainment, an excellent health plan, and compelling options to enable work-life balance.
7% 401k discretionary company contribution is great, with a short vesting period. 4 weeks of PTO, free snacks and beverages at corporate HQ, annual social events like golf tournament and Spring Fling.
Comprehensive, generous vacation hours, comp time flexibility
Average benefits / not bad
Time off was an option as an intern if desired.
* Paid time off plus sick leave * Yearly bonuses and salary increases that you don't have to beg for * HSA where your weekly contribution is all you pay ever (no copays, etc) - you contribute to a bank account to cover your deductible and after the deductible is met, everything is covered 100%. If you don't use the $ in the bank account, it rolls over to next year, so you don't have to contribute as much. (coinsurance + deductible each week are still < coinsurance for a regular health care plan where you still have to pay copays and additional deductibles) * Profit sharing to your 401K * GREAT parties * Flexible hours * Tuition assistance up to 9500/year for post-graduate * Free snacks
Praxis offers a very comprehensive benefits package that is centered around the employee. Excellent training, tuition reimbursement and 401k to go along with great medical (health, dental and vision) and good leave (PTO).
great work experience! health and insurance etc
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