Comprehensive and on par with the industry
Decent benefits, good 401k matching, , fairly comprehensive benefits with respect to insurances (including life and accidental death and dismemberment, etc.) poor maternity leave, field gets company car
benefits is OK but not very good
Best thing is flexible working hours and stability. Worst thing is benefit especially Medical insurance. It’s only better than having no insurance. They don’t even offer Kaiser plan like most companies in California.
Health insurance is mandatory by law in most countries. Benefits are drastically different from regions to regions. Just celebrated 60th anniversary but not globally.
Pros - wellness program (though can be a little overbearing) Cons - Benefits are outdated and not in keeping with current trends and very slow to change - i.e. work from home policy, limited vacation, not many holidays.
The work/life balance is among the best benefits of working at Waters. Health care is expensive, but probably in line with the industry average.
In my opinion Waters offers a reasonably well balanced benefits package that covers majority of life events at a low or no out of pocket costs.
Worst medical plan that I ever saw. Otherwise, rest of package is just average in all other areas such as 401k, dental, stock purchase, etc.
It's like they survey other companies and position themselves 10% better than the worst they can find. Every year things change enough you have to spend hours doing research.