22 days PTO, 10 holidays, and 401K.
No 401k match, they contribute to 401k only after your 2nd full year of employment, and only if the firm performed well in the previous fiscal year. Grant = percentage of salary, past years was 9% of annual which is significant, but not applicable to anyone who has not vested in by the time bonuses come around.
Best thing is salary and prestige which allows for lots of exit options; they work with big clients. Worst thing is culture or lack thereof
HSA has very high deductible
-decent medical, vision and dental coverage. No 401k contribution until you have been employed with the firm for over two years.
No matching on 401K - bummer. Kaiser (meh) or Cigna (expensive) - bummer.
401k contribution added after working there for two complete fiscal years, june means half. HSA available with high deductible
Standard HDHP HSA with a retirement plan
They offer good health insurance plans, choice between personal doctors or a big company, almost fully paid and covers most everything. 401k isn't matching but there's profit sharing. Decent bonuses and lots of PTO.
Disability insurance, 401k, paid time off
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.