PTO Great for more tenured employees - new hires start at 15 days. Pricing increasing annually.
Prices have steadily gone up each year. Maternity is one week before you must use PTO and/or disability (8 weeks) at 60% of pay.
Health Insurance is expensive, but Personal Time Off and Civic Personal Time Off is generous. Bonus has been given every year.
The entire package is extremely competitive.
Standard benefits, nothing really stands out. salaries are extremely below market so you probably won't have enough for 401k anyway. Health insurance is pretty good, but quality isnt as good as 5 years ago. Vacation policy is standard 2 weeks for US until you reach 5 years service. Who really can take off 5 weeks a year in the US and still have a job? Benefits are FAR better for European staff (they get things like commute reimbursement, company cars, etc) Lots of european colleagues who relocate to US get the option to keep EU vacation, benefits and salaries. Bonuses amount to about one pay check and after taxes only about one week's pay
Really great benefits! After 5 years you receive 5 weeks paid vacation. Prior to that you work your way up from two weeks paid vacation. You also receive 12 paid holidays, and 3 days paid community time off. 401K is great they match every 1$ once you apply 8% of your own pay, but they still will give some percentage even if you don't put in 8%. Health insurance is Okay, it used to be amazing but is now at "market". They offer different options and I chose the health savings account which rolls over every year, and the company also contributes 500$ a year to my account as well. Bonuses are Okay but could be much better it's basically equivalent to a pay check.
fully vested 401k from day one. Time off for maternity and sabbatical
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.