Recently updated family leave policy which is competitive, as well as education funds which could also be used for exploration (known as ed/ex). Wish they had more competitive 401k matching program
Excellent family leave policy for this type of organization. Health insurance as far as what is covered for small as preventative has decreased each year. Costs have gone up each year to the employee.
$2K EdEx per year is awesome! Health benefits are average. PTO and 401K matching could be better; but, better than nothing.
The benefits package is standard. Revel used to pay for entire premiums, which was a huge value add, but they have since moved to favor HSA plans.
Great benefits and 401K matching.
About par for a company this size.
Revel truly cares about their associates so they add or improve the benefits package as they grow! So if you are looking at this now, it could have changed by then. MY FAVORITE part about the perks is the $2000 ed/ex fund- this is a education or experience fund to use toward continued learning and inspiration. I can use it for things like sailing, cooking or boxing lessons OR I can use it toward my PMP, PHR or Scrum Master Certification. It is a great way Revel shows their investment in my as a consultant. In addition to the many workshops, research readouts, and other learning opportunities I get for FREE, where other people would have to pay for them. Great professional development here. Revel offers full medical/dental/vision insurance covering a large majority of the premiums, 401k with 2% match, 10 days of vacation (assuming that is a case by case), 8 paid holidays, $2k ed/ex fund, Long/Short Term disability, and life insurance.
bare bone benefits, time off sub par, no bonus
Medical was ok but not a good maternity plan,
Medical is paid for 100%