Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision with low deductible; HSA, 401(k) with matching, paid holidays, 2 weeks vacation (accrued), 1 week personal time, 2 floating holidays for contract workers. Would love them to offer charitable matching since they promote giving and community charities.
Professional development funds are great for folks who are looking to expand their skill set. The health benefits could have been better. Salaries were a bit on the low end as well.
Benefits are comprehensive. Not all contract companies offer such benefits to their contractors.
You have a choice between a High Deductible Health Plan ($1500) covered 100% by the employer OR a low-deductible ($250) PPO Plan buy-up. With the HDHP, employer deposits $100 a month into an HSA for you to use. Dental and vision also covered by employer 401K-- They'll match 50% of your contribution up to 4%, so max employer contribution is 2% $50/month cell phone reimbursement
Standard vacation time Great incentive programs to take public transit/alternative transportation to the office Flexibility to work remotely
HSA healthcare 100% paid plus vision and dental; 401k matching; and vacation.
Strong benefits package, very competitive in the industry.
I like the HSA and 401K options
Lots of flex time, working remotely, vacation increased after 3 years, and great medical care plan options. The 100% covered HSA healthcare plan is great for young independent folks!
Projectline contributes up to 1% to your 401k, and then only to a certain set limit. They also zero out your vacation and sick pay hours at the time your project ends, which is OK if you have a known project end date but puts you at a severe disadvantage if your client suddenly decides that they want to take their business in a different direction. I have warm fuzzy feelings about returning to Projectline, but if given the choice between two similar offers I dont think that I'd return to Projectline because of the benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.