Needs more supplemental benefits to compete with other software companies.
401k was available. Health Benefits were available, but at a high rate. Time off was available and accrued on a monthly basis; and it increased based on tenure with the company.
Not fully covered by the company. Providers change year to year which can be frustrating. Overall, good benefits though, better than average. 401K match was good, stock was nice.
Health insurance coverage is expensive per paycheck when compared with other companies in the area, especially tech companies. They moved back to Aetna from Cigna, meaning employees need to fill out insurance forms at every doctor office ... again. Catered lunch at corporate every day is a great perk. PTO accrual is relatively rapid, though you have to remember it also covers sick time. Corporate shutdown every December between Christmas and New Year's sounds great until you discover you have to use your PTO for those 3-4 days or go without pay.
Benefits package is average on the fundamentals (health insurance, 401(k), etc.), but there are some nice perks like free lunch (at corporate headquarters) and telecommuting options. Gym membership is subsidized at $250 per year.
Benefits were fairly standard. The monthly co-insurance for medical benefits were a bit higher than I had paid in the past. This could be due to the fact that the workforce is a little older. 401(k) match is 75% of the first 4% contributed. Also received RSU's as part of comp package.
The catered lunch was great. The health care plans were average considering the size of the company
Great benefits! May be the best in the area.
Offer a great 401k matching up to 4%. Chosen health insurance is Cigna which covers a great deal. Also, offer a health membership incentive.
Their benefits are average in general but probably a bit behind the benefits of other tech companies. Health insurance is almost 100% covered if you chose an HMO, which is nice. Paid Time Off is capped at something like 27 days a year after 15 years and once 37 days are accrued, you can't earn anymore. The problem is that the company runs so lean that it is impossible to take more than 15 days off a year including sick time, leaving the rest of the PTO on the table. They do allow employees to work at home part-time based upon management discretion and that is a very nice benefit.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.