Benefit options are flexible to employees needs
As of 2018, we have switched from Aetna to BCBS for Medical/Prescription coverage. The costs have stayed the same, but the quality of the insurance and the coverage (both provider and out of pocket expenses) is much higher than the last coverage. Free Snacks/Drinks are provided which is a nice benefit, as well as weekly Catered Lunches. The flexibility to Work From Home varies from person to person. It's never a Yes or No across the board for a department or set of employees. And it also varies depending on the person you talk to. You ask one person and they say yes you can, and then ask another and they say no you can't. They need more stability and alignment across Management.
The health, vision and dental are all solid. I am perplexed as to why they still do not have a percentage match for 401K contributions.
There are no benefits for interns
Best: Maternity leave Worst : no 401k match
A lot of perks - flexible PTO and WFH policy, decent health/vision/dental insurance. 401k does not offer match.
Free Lunch every Friday. Kitchen is great, having a lot of beverages and snacks.
Pro: Unlimited PTO, Good Health Insurance, Flexible WFH, Snacks Con: No 401K matching
Strong benefit package all around - competitive health insurance, easy-to-use 401k platform. In line with the offerings at past companies.
best things: the kitchen is always stocked full of healthy food, so definitely calculate that into your benefits package where they skimp other places. worst things: the places they skimp are health insurance. I have found that my co-pay never quite covered basic check ups for my eyes, teeth, or overall wellness. additionally, at the time of employment the company used Aetna which is not a widely covered insurer in the Austin area.