Only thing keeping it from 5 stars is how expensive it is. They have a 3% matching 401k program (after a year of full time employment), all the standard benefits (Health, dental, vision, life insurance, Virginia 529 plan, etc). They offer tiers for each item so you can choose what you spend your allotted (they give you about $3500 to spend on benefits per year). If you're young and single its amazing as health insurance and vision/dental could cost you nothing but for an established family its crazy expensive. Unlimited PTO is a "real thing" if you weren't having to work long hours on projects because of poor planning by upper management. 11 Paid holidays though and if you can get them to approve they will pay for furthering your education (as long as it is in a field that will benefit them) - I only saw that happen to one other employee though).
Silverchair offers a robust package of benefits, including a medical plan with a $0 deductible and employer-paid life, ad&d and disability coverage. All employees receive a benefits allowance to use toward whatever mix of benefits they need. They have made great progress moving toward a more flexible and balanced work culture - I feel like it's a really family-friendly place to work!
Silverchair is a very progressive workplace and offers an unlimited PTO plan and free nitro cold brew coffee in the office!
3% matching on simple IRA, pre-tax contribution to all employees of $3765 toward insurance, selection of insurance plans, dental, vision.
Very expensive health insurance Low 401K match Limited profit sharing with stringent agreement
The company is flexible with your schedule as long as you are getting your work done. Everything else is fantastic from a benefits standpoint.
Benefits are slightly sub-par for companies of this size. Beware of offers of ownership. In my time, not a single person got any money from that, as the rules were all in favor of the company - they wouldn't even tell you the percentage of the company they were offering!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.