No profit sharing, previously, 1999 we had profit sharing benefit
High deductibles, below cost of living raises, cut-off for vacation increases- 2 years! Nothing after that! They stopped having holiday parties and giving saic gear for Christmas. They used to give really nice items.
Medical benefits are BCBS CDHP. High deductible with out of pocket maximums of 3000 individuals / 6000 family. You pay for insurance bur it only gets you the negotiated rate, so you could end up paying 150 to go see the doctor until you hit your deductible. Once you meet your deductible only then will the insurance kick in an pay according to plan. Dental is good, Vision is good, but premiums are high for both. 10 paid holidays (8 designated / 2 Floating). I get 24 days of leave but its no longer offered to new folks. I think the max leave now is 19 days. 401K is the first 3% is matched dollar for dollar. The company then reduces it to 50 cent per dollar up to 5% that you contribute. So in essence they match 4% of you salary. (3% + .50%+.50%). Bonuses and raised are decided by your manager. Child FSA, Regular FSA and HSA are offered...FSA only if your choose Kaiser Program. HSA for CHDP. Company does not directly contribute to HSA, but will give you money if you complete several wellness program activities.
BCBS health, dental insurance had only a few clinics in network. PTO was good.
They just give us multiple opportunities and chances to have many benefits and everything. It is all mainly on you though, they are not going to hold your hand.
Best thing is the military leave benefit, besides o.k. pto. Worst thing is lack of commuter reimbursement. Wage Works which deducts money out of your gross pay to save on taxes doesn't count.
Insurance was extremely expensive, and they continued to raise the rates. Bonuses became very selective and small.
As an intern, I don't think there are benefits or maybe there were but I didn't read them
If you don't elect to have short-term disability you will not get paid maternity leave or paternity leave. Unfortunately you will have to use your PTO which isn't a lot if you haven't been with the company for along time.
High medical deductible. Relatively low salaries.