Pros: good 401k match, health insurance premiums, and assistance programs Cons: the low salary brings down the appeal of the 401k match in a way
The pay is immensely underwhelming and the benefits package is approximately the minimum one would expect. There is an off the books PTO program that is of no benefit to the employees as the hours they accrue are unusable by the employees due to the overwhelming workload, and the refusal by the company to pay overtime.
low salaries, limited benefits
90 days until health insurance work. Before that you are on your own. $2000 deductible.... no comments.
Mid sized company so all of the typical benefits were made available. Fun corporate events (cookouts, parties, etc.) If you work in the lab, however, you work rotating weekends but are given compensation time.
typical standard benefits... health, 401k, paid vacation and time off, dental, not sure regarding maternity and paternity leave, not sure regarding military leave and not sure regarding unpaid extended leave
Good healthcare, but terrible 401k, no vesting until several years.
401k matches your contribution, 40 hours paid sick leave and 2 weeks paid vacations that accrue every two weeks
Only 10 days vacation until you have worked for more than 4 years. Insurance premiums are proportionally higher than other places.
Health insurance benefits weren't that great. Deductibles are too high. The dental insurance isn't great either. Most of the time when you query local dental specialists, you end up with chain dental places that you wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole. Zero employee discounts, limited paid holidays. Vacation time is too little. Working Remotely? Nope.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.