It's a pretty standard Health and Wellness plan.
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
When I did have benefits, they were great
Any health benefits are employee paid from minimal pay check
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