Just the usual company benefits, no real additional perks. Seems when you're traveling they reimburse food, etc. pay for flights and hotel and while you're in Utah you'll get lunch, etc. in the office. Would have been nice being in the city, to offer a commuter/transportation benefit.
For a small/mid-sized company, the benefits are excellent. I left a company with 1500+ employees, and got lower insurance premiums and better coverage going to ThomasARTS. They believe in taking care of employees, and it's one of the most affordable health insurance plans around, for PPO or High-deductible. They also have a gym on-site, free soda in the break room, regular employee parties (for employees and often families), 100% match on 401K (without waiting for vesting) and an open time off policy.
Started out very good and was a wonderful place to work, then something changed one day an people started quitting left and right. Company culture changed and the company was horrible to work for. You'd take a vacation and have work while there, however the days would not be credited back to you for working. Medical Benefits were 100% paid by the company but were not very good and vision and dental employee contributions. 401K matching was in place when the job started but was eliminated right after the job started so it felt like a bait and switch. Company offered cell phones to certain employees and then rescinded that benefit to employees that were regularly traveling and were expected to be on call.
Free soda in the break rooms, company events on working holidays keep things light and enjoyable, flexible working hours.
thomasARTS offers great benefits package. I think you would be hard pressed to find a privately held company offer anything close.
The best HSA plan I've heard of. Zero out of pocket with significant contributions to your account by the company. Very uncommon and appreciated!
General 80/20 plans, decent cost to the employee. Employer contributes to HSA. Dental plan is atrocious and no vision.
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