Best: Unlimited vacation (within reason) for exempt status employees Worst: Lower pay compared to market
Poor benefits overall, Get worse every year
Comprehensive package offering different levels of cover depending on individual needs
Benefits include 401k, medical, dental, vision, educational support ect, but they are limited and not good compared to other companies.
Poor health insurance options, fewer perks than what used to be available before merger with Quintiles, very poor HR support for a company of this size.
Best- 401K and Annual Incentive Plan
Vacation accrues so slowly 6.25 hrs/month. Sick time is very generous, there is no limit. You get 5 days no questions asked, then as many as you need with supervisors approval. The problem is the days only "refresh" one year after use. So if you use all five days in June, don't get sick until June next year unless your supervisor is willing to approve it. There is education assistance but you only get it if you have been here a year, and they do now count the year worked as a temp.
It's nothing special but they are benefits. You would think being in health care it would be optimum but it is just middle of the road.
Best - unlimited sick time, paid time off, and 401K. Worst - health insurance and maternity leave.
Decent health insurance, 401k matching, short term and long term disability insurance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.