The vacation is not competitive and could stand to be improved. A large percentage of the staff is sales who technically do not earn PTO so I understand the limited view on this matter but can stand to be fixed to help boost morale. The best item is the 401K while I will admit it is confusing because you really don't know that match from year to year since it is a private company in the years that I have contributed my match from TIG has been outstanding. The medical benefits are just ok. Anyone considering an offer should ask to review the costs with the hiring manager and review the benefits in depth during the interview so that you can make an informed decision for yourself. I know that certain things are not really negotiable like PTO.
Very expansive . We decided to go with my wife's health insurance since TIG's health insurance was way too expansive,.
The PTO / vacation time sucks early on.
I oped out for all the benefits packages at Technology Integration Group. I found health insurance else where, dental insurance else where and I did not set up a 401k.
My deductible is 6,000. On the hourly wage I'm making I'll never even get close to that. Nextsource, the company they force temps through does the absolute bare minimum they can do to assist TIG employees. The two make a very disgusting pair. Prepare to pay out of pocket for a great many things.
Not a full company match for the 401k plan
Health insurance options are very expensive and do not cover many items. no orthodontics are covered even on the higher premium plans
They pay half of your health insurance on your first two years while you pay all of dental and vision. They also offer 401K and college savings. The benefits are ok IF and ONLY IF you are earning enough, otherwise you'll end up not having money for yourself at the end of the pay period.
The company perks working at TIG are non-comparable. The health insurance and 401K are impeccable! On top of that the vacation/time-off is like no other company I have worked for.
Great medical benefits that has tiers for the more years worked they pay a percentage of employee and family rate. The sick time and vacation time is lumped into the same bucket which is hard. Annual Raises and base salary are a little low but not terrible. TIG is a private company so it makes sense compared to larger technology companies in San Diego. Free tickets to San Diego events like Charger games, padres, and concerts for employees makes it a fun perk.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.