If you can get benefits they are quite good- especially the health insurance. The problem is their abuse of 'permalancers' as a loop hole to not provide full time employees benefits. They also recently invented a new tier called 'studio staff' as a way to work around getting in trouble for keeping long term employees as freelance but not having to offer the full 'staff' benefits package. HR protects the company bottom line- not the employees.
$3500 out of pocket max, so even if you are sick and would have 10s of $1000s in medical bills, you only $3500 at the most.
generous time off and flexible hours; still contribute a bit to health insurance
Base salary was well below market value, low even within the media world
Very nice benefits package including health, dental, vision, EAP, PTO bank, leave
too expensive and lack of options (freelance only)
Full medical coverage which is great. We also get discounts on Broadway shows, products and job-related courses, as well as $100/month for personal printing done in-house.
The discounts with the different partners: Apple, HP, Working Advantage, Plum Benefits. The benefits are money savers.
good health and dental insurance, good 401K, decent PTO
Great benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, 401k (company match), and more.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.