The benefits are pretty good. Gym allowance, 401k matching, and a whole lot of other stuff that we go through every year with HR. They make sure to schedule multiple meetings people can attend to understand and enroll into everything they want. It's pretty good. Of course there could always be more maternity leave. PTO include sick days, which is bad. No personal days.
Healthcare is mediocre. Reasonably expensive copays, but decent coverage. Ancillary benefits are ok, PTO is standard. They were catering dinners for crunch but stopped. Overall, I wouldn't use the benefits as a selling point. Oh, the free snacks are nice.
Good health insurance, gym membership, fully stocked kitchen (although they never buy enough snacks), extensive coffee and tea station, good 401k and PTO amount, weekly bagel breakfast, monthly birthday lunch, occasional swag, employee discount, can get copies of games (although a pain since the woman who guards them likes to tell you no for some reason).
Great choice of health care coverage. Lot's of employee perks and rewards programs as well as a fitness program. Free dinners provided during the weekday and free lunches on weekends. Paid holidays and vacation days as well as paid time off.
The health coverage was fantastic. You could basically rip an arm off and have it replaced for around $1000 dollars. The 401k matching was nice, but sadly I can't quite remember the %. I sadly did not really take full advantage of my benefits while working at Rockstar because I was always working or sleeping, and rarely found myself with time to go to any appointments (without risking a guilt trip or "looking bad" in front of my superiors).
The company provides excellent healthcare options and good 401k matching.
Gym reimbursement, great health plan and matching 401k.
Health Insurance, 401K, paid time off
Health insurance is great, gym reimbursement is great (you literally get paid to go to the gym), 401k is reviewed with employees every year.
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