401(k), Discounted Stock Purchase, full medical, dental, vision insurance for part time employees.
It's nice to see a company offer part time and full time employees health benefits on top of company's coffee incentives
There is everything you can imagine as benefits as long as you can work 20 hours a week. SO much there are multiple websites dedicated to THOUSANDS.
The benefits package is highly comprehensive; including medical, dental, and vision in one coverage plan that you can tailor to your needs and affordability. The monthly price point is reasonable considering how much you get in total. However, it takes some time to build up to the mandatory quarterly hours needed to qualify for benefits. If you're a partner that has a tight schedule or simply aren't getting enough hours per week, this may make it harder to acquire benefits in a timely fashion.
401k, insurance, stock options, affordable coverage
There were so many choices that the selection process was hard.
The worst is trying to get 20 hours , I feel two short for the period, due to illness. Then no insurance for three months! The best is even part time gets paid time off.
Generally the benefits for corporate are not great because they are the same for everyone in the company (i.e., barista or SVP). So very few paid holidays (6 per year), lean vacation policy (only 2 weeks for your first few years... after five years you get four weeks). Health insurance is "ok", has slowly and only recently added some benefits like ABA therapy, but it's pretty middle -of-the-road in terms of coverage. Good 401k with 5% match. Company culture does not encourage telecommuting/flex schedule as the company is very meeting heavy and in-person meetings are expected. Parking is a problem -- 5 year wait for company garage and public transport options to SODO aren't great. Lots of free coffee!
They don't pay you enough but they give you benefits that aren't really benefits like "free" online college education.
It wasn't ever explained how to access certain things like my bean stock. Other things like bereavement pay were also confusing to access/understand how to process
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