The benefits are the main thing that keeps people with the company. They offer 401k match, health care, paid maternity leave, and even a program that helps you pay back your student loans. On top of this they have plenty of employer discounts and even give you some PTO to complete volunteer hours.
Health insurance is not great
Beneplace is where you can get discounts on a wide range of products and services 24/7
Best: I have never had to negotiate or break my savings account to get the treatment I needed. Worst: They've transitioned to an HSA model, and will only offer good benefits to those who do a yearly health screening.
You get a 401(k), a floating holiday, sick time and vacation rolls over, there's a break room with ping pong and Nintendo Wii, and a vending machine
2 weeks PTO/ year, vision, health and dental insurance available with somewhat high deductible, 40 hrs sick time.
My copays for health insurance are low, plus I have not had to pay for medications at all when going through the pharmacy. I get a health reimbursement plan that means that I am covered on copays for a set amount throughout the year.
The company matched 50percent up to 6percent of contributions to a 401k. Medical, dental, and vision insurance was great, along with frequent opportunities to speak to specialists about the benefits to make sure we chose the best option for us specifically. They were also incredibly understanding and supportive of a medical condition I have that required me to frequently have to miss work for appointments.
The 401 k is great matches up to 6%, vested after five. Heath and dental is good but the vision stinks, one $100 voucher every two years.
The company offers a decent healthcare package and optional 401K
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