Upon starting with the company you get 3 weeks of vacation that you earn within your first year and after 5 years it goes to 4 weeks. The 401K is matched at 50%. Allow one day a year to do service work and be paid.
So far most everything has been covered. Just make sure to stay in-network.
They had pretty good benefits at a decent deduction from your package and additional other perks, like tax-exemption for using BART
401k match is definitely lacking. Needing to be employed for 5 years in order to actually receive the match that is discussed during hiring is crazy. Also, employee discount is way too high.
They offer healthcare through Cigna and it is carried by most doctors. The co-pays are decent if you get the right plan. There is no out of network coverage AT ALL
The health insurance isn't too expensive. I've had better and I've had worse. Cigna is dropping doctors and clinics, but that's not Shane's fault.
Benefits are through Cigna and easy to use. They are relatively cheap. The worst part of benefits is the confusion of providers leaving the Cigna group and pharmaceutical changes to 90-day and doctors not knowing of this
they match your 401. 50% up to 6%of your salary
Benefits are adequate, though there is a two-month waiting period before things such as health insurance kick in, requiring temporary insurance plans when transitioning to a new position with the company. Employee discount is very generous if you're into the type products the company has to offer.
The tough thing is trying to plan a vacation.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.