The benefits here are pretty good. The copays for medical are pretty low compared to other plans I've had. They also provide a 401k and the company will contribute to it even if you don't. But I believe you have to work there for 1 full year before you get that benefit. One downside of the benefits package is how they do vacation time/PTO. You are allowed to start scheduling time off from day one of the year, but they still log that time off as accrued or not, so if you leave or get terminated before the time you've used is actually accrued, you may end up having to pay the company back for that time. Another downside is the bonus/incentive. the amounts you receive are dependent on your (and your team's) work performance. If your numbers are too low, that will bring down the team average, and if the average is too low, no one gets that bonus. Everyone's numbers are shown to the team, so you definitely do not want to end up being the person that everyone gets to blame for missing the incentive target. They also hold on to 25% of what you've earned from each quarter until the last quarter and do a true-up. If you leave or are terminated before the end of the year, you do not get back that extra part. Also if you leave before the end of the quarter, you get nothing for that quarter's bonus.
The best was the health insurance--best I had at any company I've worked at. The starting PTO is also way higher than normal in the US. The worst benefit was the bonus program--it was small to begin with for most employees and with the poor health of the business paid out at even less.
PTO is generous, they contribute a little to 401k, health benefits pretty standard
WK provides a profit plan where X% of your base salary is added to your 401K plan regardless of whether you contribute individually.
better than average benefits, good PTO for US
Company has good health insurance options, 401K, PTO, Holidays. Start with 20 PTO days (vacation/sick/personal) and 12 holidays. PTO increases by 5 at years 5 and 10.
There is a decent amount of PTO, the healthcare benefits are very good, and there's an opportunity to work remotely part or full time.
Great amount of time off - from 4 to 6 weeks depending on time with company. Also allows flextime and work from home options for most positions.
Great PTO with 4 weeks to start.
Good benefits, but now worth all the headache of working there.
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