It's a pretty standard Health and Wellness plan.
A 401k was the only way I could put money aside because we were so underpaid.
Stock purchase is great if the company does well. State medical exchange plans are better then health ins they offer.
You have to wait 1 year of employment to receive benefits. Terrible!
Health insurance, on-site health clinic, lunchroom stocked with company provided lunch meats, bread, vegetables
Health benefits are expensive and don't cover a ton. No 401(k) match. But the stock purchase program is hard to beat. On-site clinic and fitness classes are cool.
Medical and dental Insurance are a little expensive
Expensive health coverage for minimally paid employees
Health insurance, 401k, stock options, tuition reimbursement, and dental/vision/life coverage
Any health benefits are employee paid from minimal pay check
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.