They offer 401k, tuition reimbursement and a fairly structured bonus program. I have been here for 10+ years and they are moving in an upward direction. While they are using a high deductible insurance coverage, the bi-weekly costs are very low.
The best thing is that there is a 401k match. If employed there you will want to take advantage of that match.
The benefits package is pretty standard, however, their time off is pretty good. You get 15 days off years 1-2 (prorated for the first year), and 20 days off years 2-5.
standard corporate benefits, but not really reasonably priced.
They had a very attractive health-care package, along with a great 401k and IRA matching program. Paid Vacation and paid sick leave start after passing the new hire period.
match 4% of 401k, must be employed for 6 months before you can put into it.
Paid vacation is good benefit
Best part is profit sharing, and time off, worst health insurance coverage is expensive
Best-- Good amount of paid time, and above average retirement plan with profit sharing. Worst --High deductible HSA medical insurance.
The benefits were actually pretty good. I didn't like that for the medical insurance, they would charge you extra if your spouse was working and they had access to their own coverage (even if it was more expensive). The 401k was great.
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