Good benefits package, with a solid PTO offering
Vacation policy is generous for the industry and flexible sick time is very appreciated.
Bad health insurance. Choose the option without the hsa it’s a better deal. Dental and vision are good. High deductible
High premiums mediocre coverage. You'll accrue PTO but using it is frowned upon.
standard. 18 days PTO + 2 floating holidays medical/dental/vision 401k up to 6 weeks unpaid parental leave/ short term disability for birth
Not good insurance a lot of deductible 7 overall pay is lower than other companies
The health care plan is awful. The 401K package is nice. The casual dress code is good. The ability to work from home is good, but so many employees abuse the privilege that I suspect that might be curbed. PTO could be better implemented. Educational benefits are mostly a joke. PeopleNet thinks that it can make up for its lack of competitive benefits by providing a "hip young Google-like culture" - and they never miss an opportunity to tell you how hip they are. I'd rather forego a "video game week" or one more company provided lunch (provided because you have to attend meetings over lunch) to get a decent health care plan. If you work at PeopleNet, hope that you don't get sick.
High deductible plan avail, they provide some HSA money at year start for employee.
The benefits program is comprehensive, provided at value via the large global parent company's ability to create and manage a large scale program. There are many benefits that exceed my expectations.
vanguard funds in the 401k
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.