With a business that is only 6 years old, RevLocal offers me a 401k with an 8% match. Coming from a self employment world, my insurance costs are over half of what I was paying before RevLocal. Is it more than a large corporation, yes. Are there other benefits that offset that cost, yes. There are always employees that want everything for free. I don't expect my employer to shipwreck the business to keep a few unrealistic employees happy.
Health, Dental, Vision, Basic Life Insurance and matching 401K.
Benefits are almost non-existent at RevLocal. Expect to pay high premiums for health insurance and receive very few paid vacation days.
The benefits package is below what the current job market is offering in the area. Not keeping up with the demand for digital marketing professionals so it’s easy for other companies to lure employees away.
No work from home or flex-time, no paid maternity leave, no paid sick time (meaning everyone gets sick because you can’t work from home and have to save the meager PTO for Christmas or Thanksgiving) and the health insurance is incredibly expensive while somehow also having huge deductibles. Oh and there’s no company contribution for spouses or children so good luck having a home, a car, and health insurance if you don’t live in a studio apartment alone.
There's a lot of flexibility. The culture is really supportive and employees are treated pretty well. Pay is below market standard but it's a really good entry level job.
The company is great but the FAMILY Benefits are ridiculous. They are really expensive.
Benefits are not bad, especially for people with little to no experience like most that start off at RevLocal. PTO is earned as you go along, the insurance plan isn't the best but they're working towards getting a better plan in the future and started HSA plans this year to help make up for that. They offer a 401k with matching after 1 year, which is normal as well. I wish they would offer more flexibility with working from home (although not everyone is efficient when working from home) and more PTO after a year instead of 3 years would be nice as well.
All previous benefits from working for JPMorgan Chase were reduced or eliminated. -My pay decreased from $31k to $29k -I lost health insurance -I lost 401k option and had to put previous 401k into a Roth IRA -Vacation hrs were reduced from 80 hrs plus 40 hrs sick pay to 40 hrs vacation and 20 hrs sick pay. -Lost employee stock options completely. Basically this company gave bare bones benefit plans.
They have one but it's so expensive you can't afford it. Coverage isn't even worth it. The company contributes only to the employee and they cover about half of the cheapest plan offered so the employees are encouraged to stay on parents plans or spouses if possible. With the pay it's not realistic to be able to afford to have insurance here.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.