Benefits are good overall, though I don't have a lot of health issues. Vision and Dental covered, which many places don't. 20 days PTO although this counts sick and vacation time, plus running errands, etc. The "charge code" (billable hours) atmosphere means some people have to burn PTO if there aren't any projects for them at the time, which majorly s*cks. You can use "overhead" time, but approval is very, VERY dependent on one's individual manager or workgroup. Lots of educational "brown bag" lunches or seminars, but because of the "charge code" environment, you don't get paid for going, so it's on your own time. They want us to grow professionally but then don't even provide much in the way of PD "on the clock". They also have recently instituted Diversity & Inclusion Employee Groups, which is great, but again, any time attending meetings or events is "off the clock", so it's hard to get as involved as one would like. Flexible schedule is the best part--basically, unless you have meetings or answer phones, nobody checks up on when you come to work or leave, and working from home is pretty much always an option (again, depending on job).
Good benefits at the company
Good matching contributions, very fair health options when I was there (before Obamacare so I don't know how that changed things).
Benefits are based on NC policies at headquarters, not satellite offices that may be located elsewhere in the US
Solid benefits package - standard for the industry. Although personal time off is generous, it is often difficult to take time off because of project work and few staff available to back you up.
Excellent benefits; 4 weeks PTO, health, dental and vision, life insurance, disability. Lots of perks, free gym, working from home and flexible schedule, plenty of professional development opportunities, great management. Very helpful in getting benefits for same-sex partners.
PTO amount is great. Health benefits are very good. 401k match happens even if you contribute nothing.
12% 401k contribution (with vesting schedule over 5 years)
401k match was great (10% i think) and the health insurance plans were very good options.
It was more expensive than my husbands and it did not cover braces. I did like the cancer policy offered.