They covered everything and would get on the phone with insurance and doctors to advocate for their employees.
100% employer paid benefits. 4% company match 401k. Generous PTO. Health benefit stipend. Gym in building. Echo pass for light rail/bus.
Some of the best benefits I've had. Medical is a great, low deductible plan accepted almost everywhere, vision, annual budget for gym memberships, race fees, paid volunteer hours... the list goes on. All covered with 0 premium to the employee.
Readytalk benefits were the best!
Full benefits; dental, health and eye, 401k matching up to 4%, gym membership and race entry fees.
4% 401K is pretty excellent, as is the Employee Stock Ownership plan. The health insurance is good, not exceptional, however it is free so that bumps it to pretty amazing. Snacks, beer, yoga classes, onsite gym, video games, ping pong, and so on are all nice to have too. The vacation policy seems to be a little behind other companies, however it is still pretty good. Plus being very flexible on working from where ever allows you to extend vacations by working remotely.
100% Employee paid Health Care. ReadyTalk will match 100% of the first 4% you contribute to your 401K. $300 health and wellness stipend. 20 hours of paid volunteer time. ReadyTalk will match up to $500 a year that you donate to any non-profit of your choice. Tuition Reimbursement - ReadyTalk will match up to $5,000 a year that you put towards a continuous education. 18 days of PTO from day 1 - you don't have to accrue your time before you use it.
Completely covered healthcare, nice spifs and cash benenfits.
They think of everything in their benefits package (health, dental, vision, life, short term, long term, race benefits, 401k, flex plan, bus pass...)
Best: Insurance coverage is wonderful. Worst: Too much talk about other benefits (like development and work/life balance) without follow through.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.