They have great vacation and sick time benefits. The health insurance is expensive but Dental and Vision is reasonable and covers all needed expenses.
Health coverage for individuals your basic average health plans. Coverage for individual plus spouse/ family way out of reach financially for most employees.
The PTO is 10 days accrued, so it is very difficult to be able to take an actual vacation of substance. Quite shameful especially with the difficulty in dealing with this industry. They also do not allow you to take it when you want-have to fight to get it. They also only recognize 5 holidays per year. The 401k match is basically non existent-it really isn’t a match. It is 25% match on every $. Vested over 5 years, and paid out on one day/year. That works out to 5c for every $1 you put in. The health insurance is very poor. Several options but VERY expensive for poor plans. High deductible plans are still very costly. They do not give their contribution up-front as many companies do with HSA plans do, they do per pay period. An extra way to stick it to you. Overall their benefit package is Way Below Average and costs just went up significantly.
insurance is very expensive
I was a part time employee so I didn't have many benefits. I think the only thing that was offered was the 401k plan. Full time employees had healthcare and dental benefits though.
401k, time off, bonuses. Pet insurance! I enjoy the benefits. I just got too learn more about how some of their other benefits work.
They have a variety of options of medical plans to choose from which is nice. But the plans themselves aren’t that great unless you go with Kaiser. There is a really bad company match with the 401k. They are also not very generous with paid holiday time off.
Typical package. Nothing extravagant.
Market standard, affordable and excellent insurance.
Best- usually if we celebrate can week, we get free massages, lunch, etc. if you have children or pets, I'm sure it's a big relief to be able to bring them to work with you. Worst- they have their own set of "holidays", which are selected from national holidays. There is 4, I believe, that you actually get "holiday pay" for. Easter for instance, if you work, is regular pay. Also, the 401k is like a 3% match of 10% of what you put in. It takes forever to accumulate enough vacation time, or sick time, to actually get a decent break, or have time for the "self care" that everyone is always stressing.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.