Coverage and overall cost is average at best.
Average benefits package available, similar to most companies.
15 PTO days, except you're forced to use four of them when the company decides to close the building between Christmas and New Years.
Company perks are free coffee and snacks. Ability to work remote for some departments. Good work/life balance. Great 401K match.
3 weeks standard PTO but must be used for all time off includingany sick time. Only 7 paid holidays per year with nothing from Jan 2 to Memorial Day. Good 401k with 100% match up to 4% of your salary. Health insurance premiums on the rise including huge deductibles, they are pushing HDHP. Plenty of meeting space and loptops provided. Free drinks and snacks and video games. If you enjoy working in open, loud spaces, you'll love it.
The company offers an overpriced health coverage package they encourage you not to use because it costs them money. The dental is a total joke. I ended up using my son's secondary insurance to cover oral surgery because the Success dental was going to just pay a "discount" that was going to leave me owing thousands of dollars. Their leave was okay, but right before I left my department was making using my accurred time almost impossible. I was actually afraid taking sick time or being out with one of my kids would cost me my job. It was a common fear with many of the women who worked there.
Great Lifetime Fitness membership plan for the company
Improved within the last year. 3 weeks vacation for all employees, more upon number of years worked. 401K match, good healthcare options.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.