The company is a great company to work for. I feel cared for and taken care. I feel motivated to do my best.
Discounts at some local attractions.
There is a high cost for their benefits and they do not contribute very much towards them
As a benefit company they sure do know how to screw over their employees. Often making cuts to benefits first and let go of employees second and raises to senior management first. I wouldn't trust them for anything.
Best part of benefits would be a decent PTO plan and the ability to carryover up to 80 hours into the next year. 8 paid holiday off. Unfortunately, that’s where it ends. Year after year, the medical plan gets worse. Medical insurance has a pretty high deductible you must meet and you are forced into contributing into a health saving account to pay for any out of pocket costs. The retirement account only matches about .50 cent on the dollar, where a lot of other employers will match dollar for dollar to a certain amount/percent. The bonus plan becomes harder and harder to achieve each year, making it seem like the goal is to ensure that even though the company is far exceeding its plan and goal, profits are not shared with employees.
8 weeks paid parental leave for mothers and fathers rolled out September 2019. 401(k) benefit is great! Medical benefits are expensive, but that is thanks to Obamacare.
Pension was removed. PTO reduced. Flex time is spoken about but never supported. Medical benefit went to very high deductibles. Working from home is spoken about but never supported and remote employees are reviewed lower than local employees. Training reduced and tuition reimbursement reduced by 50%.
No paid paternity leave. The company will pay for transgender surgery but not paternity leave. The tuition assistance is only $2,500 per year and limited to bachelors and masters programs. There’s no incentive to get advanced business education when tuition assistance is a drop in the bucket. Health and Dental benefits are expensive. The 401(k) is a good benefit.
It covers it all, life insurance, medical, dental, vision, FSA & 401K. Earned PTO time per pay period. Work from home is a huge plus also.
Health insurance, 401k, the ability to work from home but the company itself isn’t paperless which makes working from home a challenge.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.