One thing Rodale did was offer a flexible work schedule for me. This allowed me to have a good of work/life balance and I accepted the job even though the salary was lower because of this perk. It’s invaluable!
Aside from the cost of insurance going up every year, the benefits at Rodale were pretty great (until the company began hemorrhaging money, then they closed the on-site gym and cut back on the on-site cafe).
good health and dental coverage
Medical benefits are good, they offer a high deductible plan with health savings account. PTO is good after a number of years of service. Very minimal sick days. Did have an in house gym, but that is now closed.
The health insurance is pretty good, yearly check-ups are covered as well as most medications. When the company was actually making money, massages and acupuncture were even included (but not anymore).
best: in office health checkups (including skin cancer screenings), 401k, health and wellness classes and events
Great benefits generous vacation time
Generous 401K matching program; access to onsite gym and walking trail.
Used to have better perks. Working from home is looked down upon. Terrible work/life balance.
Had to pay a small amount for health insurance, more for dental and vision, good amount of vacation days, when working late dinner was paid for by the company
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