The health insurance was very good. The short term disability and life insurance were very affordable.
The best thing is that you get employer sponsored health insurance, though you do have to pay for 50% of it. The insurance is actually pretty solid, with co-pays being around $20 for a doctor's visit. The worst part of the benefits package is not receiving sick days. Since the office is an open environment, you'll probably get sick and have to take out vacation days to get better.
Health insurance is very comprehensive - great coverage, no deductible. There are misleading statements in the prior benefits reviews about PTO. You accrue PTO up to 10 days in your first year and your accrual rate grows the longer you are with the company. This year, I've accrued 3 work weeks of PTO on top of 10 paid company holidays. Good 401k and other perks like $10 / mo gym in the building. Regular team building events where you get paid to have fun with colleagues.
Didn't use the health or 401k, but heard from coworkers that did that it was not ideal. No perks except free (gross) coffee and costco candy. I believe there were 15 PTO days accrued, on top of 10 company days, making 25 not bad.
Paid time off starts at 3 your first year. Most you can get is like 9 after 6 years... Dental and vision are not included and SI pays no part of health insurance. There is no 401 K.
Decent health insurance. Haven't had the chance to utilize it yet.
Parking reimbursement is the best part. Medical insurance doesn't cover everything.
The benefits are great at Search Influence. It was something that attracted me to the company in the first place.
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