Great benefits, ample time off for new employees, great 401k matching option after 1 year. competitive salary. paid parking.
Great health insurance plan as far as a single female is concerned.
No 401k matching for the FIRST YEAR
Average PTO and healthcare. Poor paternity leave and 401k matching.
Good healthcare insurance, 401k improving
No 'unwanted' travel consulting and market focused.
The healthcare (Cigna) is a subpar. Many of my providers will not be accepting this insurance in the new year because the insurance processes are so numerous and the back and forth with doctors are so time consuming. Don't know why we selected this provider (we switched over the last year) when they so poorly compensate providers - seems like a bad call at best and an immoral call at worst. 401k is very low. Maternity leave and Paternity leave are Federal minimums. Perhaps as a result of having no women in the Executive Group? The benefits seem to reflect that fact that some employees who've been here a long time are offered the opportunity to buy in. Once you own part of the company, you are realizing solid monetary returns on top of your salary, so I imagine those employees aren't nearly as concerned about the low 401k match, subpar healthcare coverage, etc. Doesn't seem like much of a retention strategy for those employees who aren't owners.
The 401K match isn't the best and there's no sign on bonus
Overall the benefits are pretty standard. The best part of the benefits are the intangible ones.
Work life balance, quality of life. Great people, feel valued. Competitive benefits - team works hard to not have our costs increase.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.