best : dental insurance
You get a lot of vacation, however they make you feel bad if you use it. And they constantly have emergencies where they need you during your time off.
Bonus for bringing in new business paid out over a year but not if you leave
can never work from home. ceo detests it. it's unspoken but well-known. no working mothers ever leave in time to see their young kids. terrible role models
RF|Binder offers 2-4 weeks of annual vacation based on your years of work experience. We offer 3 personal days and 3 Summer Fridays to take off during the months of June, July and August. We offer 10 paid sick days a year that can be accumulated over 7 years up to a maximum of 70 days and used towards a maternity leave, or other long term FMLA leave. We have 11 holidays every year that the office is closed for. We have a incredibly generous health plan with Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Dental and Vision Plans. There is also a 15% Employer Match on 401(k) Plan with T. Rowe Price.
Matching is fine, time off is fine for entry level
Health insurance is expensive. 401k match is 15%.
Great matching of the 401K. Ability to accrue extra vacation days quickly.
The benefits package is actually quite good. You're covered very well.
RF Binder does not offer a competitive benefits package compared to other companies in New York. There are some perks that can seem appealing, but are not so significant. For instance, the company offers a couple of thousand dollars tuition reimbursement, but nobody uses it because of the long hours people work. They offer health insurance and dental insurance, but you have to pay quite a bit for it. They only match about 15% of your 401(k) contribution (that is the maximum they would match in a profitable year.) Some of the perks that they advertise on their website, like RFB Cares and regular social events, may have existed in the past but no longer do. Also, the company never gives bonuses of any kind.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.