Open Box discount is very good.
Healthcare is lacking and needs improvement
They changed their PTO policy so that they don't have to pay accrued vacation when people leave the company. High deductible insurance plan, initial funding for HSA is spread throughout the year, approximately $40/month - puts a huge burden to pay upfront medical costs
after new policy vacations can not carry forward , health insurance is too costly . Free insurance provide for every employee and disability insurance also provide by employer
Company pays half for Medical, but never kicks in for 401K...
mediocre benefits package, not great health care
the premiums are too HIGH
You have decent benefits but if you don’t claim them when you leave they disappear that same day without warning. Zones took $100 from me just because they said they can.
The best thing is they offer a 401K and vacation time. The vacation time is pretty limited but it builds up with time spent at the company. The pay is pretty poor, so poor that nobody was accepting jobs so they increased by about 10k. Now employees that were hired before hand are making less than new AE's with less experience.
Employee pays for their insurance. Company does not contribute a dime if you choose the PPO plan (which is the better plan of the two offered). That is basically unheard of in a tech company in Seattle that the company does not pay for your health insurance or at least a portion of it. Even the PPO plan has a high deductible and $4k out of pocket expense. 401k is basic. You accrue 2 weeks of vacation during your first year and 5 sick days. The company only gives you 7 paid holidays. No paid maternity/paternity leave. There are no "company perks" anything offered to the employees is from a vendor or customer, not Zones itself. All of those lunches and food people talk about are not paid for by Zones.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.