The benefits were quite good. There was quality health insurance, dental and eye care. And there was a decent 401k matching.
Not great benefits you have to pay for everything
Very expensive and terrible coverage
One of the best benefits is the good PTO they provide.
Benefits were cut drastically each year
Benefits are not competitive, but you can live on them.
It's fair. Pretty decent package.
HSA process of registering medical receipts is confusing. TriNet does the benefits but in the intro meting, they said that they are our parent company. Still do not now what that means. 401(k) matching is pathetic.
Hardly any perks for a large company that claims they are "innovative". Maternity leave is very poor, good health insurance is very expense. -Wageworks pretax commuter benefit card (hardly does much) -little PTO and holidays -no real "perks" -limited work from home, im not sure why there isn't more work from home since its very easy to do - it is sort of looked down upon
Very high deductible (over $4K per year) with a very limited list of doctors that participate in the network.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.