Overall were sufficient to employee
Company perks were free lunches and healthcare
Typical vacation time, reflected upon years worked, and the health benefits are somewhat limited to dental (from what I've been offered). I mean it's good for someone who is just starting out, but it could be challenging for some.
Part time so no benefits, apparently full time gets them
The match 1.8% if you contribute 6% but dump in a safe harbor match every year
time off , pto, salary , benefits
Fertility assistance and maternity leave
We get in trouble for calling out sick
There are no benefits. After an entire year you get 1 paid sick day for the following year.
you don’t get benefits unless you’re full time
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.