The benefit package has improved substantially over the last couple of years. The worst part is no remote work.
Best - 401k, # of PTO days Worst - Flex work schedule isn't super "flexible". A lot of people still have to work 8:30-5:30 even if they've requested a different schedule
Very, very poor benefits. Health insurance was a joke. Some shallow perks, but nothing that isn't considered standard at 75% of the other companies out there. Their biggest step forward in the past few years was a highly structured 'flex time' which essentially just said 'you can choose what 8 hours you want to work between Xam and Xpm. Dave preaches treating employees like adults but I experienced them treating us like children, even down to the special events. Everything was just juvenile like we were at a church summer camp.
- Vacation is bad for your first year. 8 days, not even two weeks. After a year, you get 13. - 401k is good but doesn't kick in until a year - Bad health benefits, I used the ones from my spouse's job - Lots of perks, free lunches, random cash prizes, etc. - Massive Christmas party with gift valued at $1000 - Free products - No paternity leave - No bereavement leave - Maternity is legal bare minimum until you hit 3 years
Horrendous Medical Benefits (family). You will have to insure on the open market and that is extremely pricey. Flexibility is non-existent until the company needs you to be flexible: then you're expected to give, give, give. One nice Christmas Party each year does not make up for a years worth of horrible benefits with very costly rates
Pros: 401k match on your first 4%, HSA match of up to $500 per year, the health insurance is VERY affordable if you are single (not sure about families), gym reimbursement up to $300 per year, free costco membership and a lot of time off. (After a year, 15 days PTO, 5 sick days, and 5 ministry days at the ministry of your choice) Cons: No options to work from home whatsoever.
Great time off- 10 days for first years, 15 days for people who've been there 2-4 years, 20 days for those who've been there more than 4 years. Also as of 1.5 years ago you can do flex time (with your leader's approval) where you still have to work 40 hours a week, but could work 7:30-4:30 one day and then 8-5 the next day. Negatives are that you can't work from home (at all), which is where most companies are headed (at least giving employees some ability to work from home).
This company pays very well, and the insurance is excellent.
We get most of the standard industry perks such as health insurance (which isn't that good), and lots of vacation, but we also get many extra that other companies don't get such as paid-for long-term disability and identity theft insurance. We also get an extra week every year to use as ministry time for an organization of our choice.
PRO: Great flexibility with time, Product Benefits, Heath Care Package, Wellness Benefits, Culture, Atmosphere.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.