Great benefits including stock options, 401k matching, 3 weeks paid vacation, holidays, health care, and many others.
Company stock options for a rapidly growing stock. 401k 6% match. Medical is okay for a single person, two options high deductable low copays, low deductable high copays. Offer attorney for a payroll deduction, pet insurance, car insurance, dental, free life insurance, double life insurance for $2, vision plus discounts pretty much anywhere in the world. Corporate gatherings are plentiful and fun and interactive, great for networking. Training is also free and superb and $5,000 tuition reimbursement PER SEMESTER in anything you want, job related or not. Also offer free counseling services once a week.
For such a large company, you would think that they'd be able to offer better health insurance and benefits. To start off, you have to pay a $50 a month surcharge if both you and your spouse sign up for health insurance at Waters and your spouse is able to get health insurance through their own employer. $50! Next, you're left with choosing between two awful health insurance plans, one that's a higher premium/lower deductible, and another that's a lower premium/higher deductible. One major point of both of these plans: you pay FULL cost for prescriptions up to your deductible, and then they cover 100%. For the higher premium plan, you'd have to pay out of pocket $3500 to reach the deductible and have them finally cover prescription costs. The lower premium plan, you'd have to pay out of pocket $6250. Perhaps this is the status quo for benefits, but not in my experience.
Good benefits, lots of extras, ESS, health and dental
Lots of additional perks. Great activities committee. Health insurance options are limited and expensive
-Good 401k match (6%) -ESPP and HSA through Fidelity -Health/vision/dental (Cigna, could be better, but adequate coverage)
Worst: only 6% match 401K
Benefits start on day 1 of employment, no waiting 90 days.
Health benefits equivalent to industry standard but not what it once was. HSA and HRA options. Four words more I
They have a comprehensive plan, health care is very good, and they offer opportunities to earn additional funds into your HSA through several wellness programs.