Clipper card is the good thing
While the company offers benefits, one is not granted until after 3 months of employment. The out of pocket expenses are high and HR will raise premiums in January of 2019. With the low pay structure, this will impact many employees.
Benefits are fair and match other companies I have worked for.
The company lacks stock options along with 401K options. They do not provide a retirement future for their employees.
-best: commuter benefits and eventually the health/vision/dental -worst: no 401k
No 401K, pretty basic health insurance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.