Talroo has some great benefits! They pay for Healthcare, you have PTO and Sick time, free gym membership, 401K, snacks and lunch provided.
Insurance is covered by Talroo for both yourself and your dependents, a kitchen full of snacks and drinks, free lunches catered in everyday, the option to have Talroo pay for your gym membership, Vacation AND sick days (separate). Worst thing? No work from home and no flex schedule.
Pros: 401k, health, vision and dental insurance. Free daily catering lunch, need to mention we have Franklin's BBQ very frequently. Grilling options every Monday + Wednesday + Friday Free gym membership. 2018 added 10 sick days on top of 10 days/year PTO under 2 years and 15 days/year for 2+ years. This made the time-off policy jump from cons to pros. Cons: Very strict working time, from 9 am to 5:30 pm. Coming late or leaving early are not allowed even for a minute, unless permitted by managers. No flexible working hours. So you're almost guaranteed to get stuck in traffic every day. No working from home either. Even for engineers. Doesn't feel like an IT company at all. Personally I would not consider the benefits very good. Work life balance is below average in IT industry.
Best part: company pays the following at 100%: medical premiums, dental premiums, vision premiums, Life Insurance premium, Disability premiums, Accidental Death premiums, HSA, FSA and HRA premiums, gym membership. Also gives each employee 3% of their salary into their 401k plan EVERY pay period (even if employee contributes $0).
All medical, dental, 401k benefits are paid 100% by the company.
best: 0 insurance premium for family coverage. worst: no sick leave
Free Insurance. Free lunch. Limited PTO hours.
Company covers premiums for you and dependents 100% for medical, dental & vision - and contributes to 401K with or without your contribution!
Overall a great package of benefits besides PTO availability. Quite simply, the PTO policy is a bit archaic compared to what other companies offer and is one the few things J2C does not "get right."
High-deductible medical insurance is set up to create a tax shelter for management team, to the detriment to the rest of the staff. PTO is extremely limited, flexibility is non-existent. These two factors overshadow the "perks" that the company boasts about.
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