401k match up to 6%, good PTO but no carryover to next year
Prescription Plan is phenomenal. Medical plans are on par.
Pto no longer rolls over at the end of the year. You must use it or lose it. 401k match is decent. Insurance premiums based on how much you make.
Overall, benefits are good, especially the PTO right from the start and ongoing accrual schedule. They continue to roll back benefits each year, but they started out so high that even after they were rolled back they are still decent.
Insurance is expensive. High out of pocket costs. PTO benefits were reduced on the CEOs whim at the end of 2018, so there is no longer any carry over benefit. A lot of people were robbed of their PTO.
Best 401k match in the industry. Generous PTO policy with annual carry over of accrued PTO , flexible work schedule - work from home as needed. No equity incentive. Market-competitive health benefits
Very expensive, used to have great PTO until recently. If they remove the WFH option it's time to move on.... They will most likely remove bonuses and salary increases too
Never get to take any PTO time due to the nature of the business. And then we just found out that they are taking all of our accumulated PTO and getting rid of it for 2019 so everyone goes back to zero. Paying us for 50% of the accumulated PTO time we had. So we worked and earned this PTO, and now it's being taken away and we are being compensated for half of it. Terrible way to treat your employees, especially right before Christmas.
Okay health insurance. Better than what I have now.
401k matching up to 5% salary, health insurance is very affordable, but higher deductibles although the company does pay some towards it depending on family size, 2 weeks of paid FMLA the rest is upaid/ would have to use short terms dis or vacation/sick time. They finally gave the option to use PTO as sick time but u dont get both. Any sick time has to come from your PTO bank.
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