The ESOP program is quite confusing and there is no one available to answer questions.
CONS: -Health insurance is extremely high, and has increased even more this year. -ESOP is confusing with a bunch of rules- you must work 1,000 hours in a plan year to even begin, while they don't tell you when a plan year begins or ends- so if you start in July, you likely wont hit 1,000 hours before sometime in September when the plan year ends/begins, so you aren't even enrolled yet. There are lot of misunderstandings of the ESOP and I would recommend outlining how it works better with examples. -There is no maternity or paternity leave at all. -Health Reimbursement Account doesn't include dental. PROS: Overtime pay is good. Tuition Reimbursement is very good- dependent on grades.
The health inssurance is wolrd-class. 401k plan is good as well as the PTO. Everyone is happy about their package.
No 401k match. 5 years to get a meager stake. No bonus for good performance.
really good health insurance and 401K plan
Expensive. High deductible plan available. No perks. Employee stock option plan.
No 401k match. You are enrolled into an ESOP after one year of employment but are not fully invested until 5 years. 8 Paid Holidays + 1 Personal day 14 days PTO. You accrue 1 day per year between 5 and 11 years with the company.
Cell phone iphone as benefits. No Bonus and promotions
Free donuts on Friday
I personally like the 16 days of paid time off(combined sick days and vacation days). If I don't get sick, which rarely happens, I can take three weeks of vacation. The worst is the medical insurance is very expensive. It's premium and low deductible.
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