Very good medical/dental/vision benefits package, at low cost.
Locations-city commute can be tough Perks were a great plus
This year they changed the plan to an expensive plan that has limited coverage. Also the company is not parent- friendly. There was a note that went out to all woman making everyone aware that women had to use a bathroom stall in the middle of the cafeteria for Lactation which was appalling (and against the law). Nothing was done to improve it and a lot of mothers suffered.
nice company and i was like
Best- employee stock purchase, game benefits, company bonus Worst: the health insurance is awful, vacation days are low for the first 2 years
I cannot speak to Ubisoft's benefits as I am on contract through their staffing agency. But the benefits package I do qualify for does not kick in until after 60 working days. So I am only eligible for Benefits for the last 2 months of my contract.
You got the latest game for free if it was on PC.
Fantastic, the employee was well looked after
compared to other tech companies, the benefits are pretty lousy. they have all of the options, but the quality just doesn't compare. medical ppo options ends up costing you hundreds if not thousands OOP. regular maternity & sick leave. there are quarterly happy hours which was pretty minimal but fun, and no meals but light snacks, fruit and soda around the office. not a lot of internal programs or interest groups for employees. PTO is good - it increases the longer you stay and managers encourage you to take it. a lot better than the so called "unlimited" pto policies the other tech companies are offering. another highlight is the holiday party which is usually big spectacle. however they have eliminated gifts at thanksgiving and the Dec holidays in recent years. as well as the 401K matching.
It's all standard and generic - and you only get 2 weeks PTO. Your European counterparts get their bank holidays but not you.
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