3 solid medical plan options, all pretty affordable compared to my last job. I went with the HRA, low premiums and SDL pays my entire deductible upfront. This is awesome & particularly helpful when trying to figure out your budget. I basically only pay the monthly premium and that's it. Good dental & vision, they also offer pet insurance which is cool. I don't know about paternity leave but will need to find out soon. I also learned I get like 4 weeks of PTO plus 2 weeks of sick time plus 4 days volunteer time.
In general, great benefits - good vacation time, health insurance options, and 3% 401k matching. The ONLY (huge) downside is lack of paid maternity leave or parental leave, which is unfortunately common in the US. SDL offers 5 days maternity leave. One would think that a British company and one with other great benefits would have a better parental leave policy.
3 solid plan options, all pretty affordable compared to my last job. I went with the HRA, low premiums and SDL pays my entire deductible upfront. It's awesome. Good dental & vision, they also offer pet insurance which is cool
Bonus plan is not honored. In 2017 the company did not pay out a single cent for the annual bonus saying "they needed it to make profits look better".
Flexi Benefit, Insurance, easy to claim No 13 month. Bonus not decided via profit rather CEO veto, thought they claim as not.
The benefits are really competitive, there are some extra perks like subsidized gym memberships
Started out at 15 days vacation. Health and 401K were standard
1 Week of additional PTO for charity work, decent health, dental, and vision plans. Matching 401k, overall a decent benefits package.
Good vacation allowance for US employees relative to other US companies I've worked for. Low matching of 401k but at least something. Average number of paid federal holidays.
Best thing is full paid medical and HRA account for deductible, paid therapy, vision and dental insurance, 3 weeks paid vacation. Hard to think of a worse thing with such great benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.