retirement matching up to a certain percent depending on time with company
The health insurance does not cover the bare minimum with in-network providers, and is expensive on top of it.
Good benefits overall, health insurance not so great.
Company offers a match based on years of service based on a percentage of total salary. This in addition to the 401k match.
Health insurance was terrible! After picking an in-system provider, getting routine health maintenance, paying copays, I ALWAYS got bills in the mail! And the flex account people usually denied my claims the first time. This on top of it already being a hassle to file claims because of sending in receipts, etc instead of using a debit card. Very frustrating experience.
The paid time off is good. Depending on years of experience the hours accumulated are figured. It starts with everyone accruing 5 hours every 2 weeks and increases from there.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.