Best thing- 4 weeks of PTO right out of the gate, and all major vacation days off.
Good health insurance options, plus life insurance coverage for dependents and spouse,
Health Insurance, 401K Contribution, Bonus, Paid Vacation Days, Holidays, Flex-Time, Working Remotely
Yes, 4 weeks PTO is generous, however, there is no allocation for sick time, so if you need sick time (for yourself- or family members), you will need to tap into your vacation time for this. Ability to WFH 1x per week is useful. The company doesn't offer any paternity leave for new fathers, which is disappointing, especially since employees in certain countries are allowed extended maternity leaves. Overall insurance packages is good. No 401K matching- but there's a profit sharing contribution annually that takes several years to be fully vested.
Benefit package works best for a full-time position not contract.
Does not include any retirement package. No 401(k) match. Health care benefit is OK but its value is shrinking.
I was a contractor. Did not have any benefits. But was allowed to work from home on every friday. All employees had the benefir of working from home atleast 2 days a week
Affordable health care plans, a large amount of paid time off, occasional perks like lunch provided by the company or gift card giveaways
Good work-life balance, able to work from home/come and leave early, etc. if needed. Managers tend to be understanding.
Current 401k match at 4% with ability to save up to maximum dollar amount.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.