Great health benefits and insurance as well as paid time off
Positive: Flexible schedule, Work-from-home Negative: Prepare to pay over $1200/month for a family plan with inadequate coverage and a poor selection of providers. I would also echo other reviewers that the HR administration and communication is extremely lacking. The performance bonus plans are inconsistently applied, poorly communicated, and rarely pay out.
Benefits are poor for family plans. In most technology companies, given the expectations and work hours, the employee is generally the primary bread winner. The person who selects the family plan options pays an extraordinary amount given what other local companies are providing. Employees have left and have saved sometimes over $7000 in benefit contributions annually with their new company.
The health insurance is decent if you're single. Standard high-deductible plans. They offer an HSA that the company contributes to, so that's nice. When I was there, 401k is matched at 4% and fully vested after 5 or 6 years (can't remember 100%).
Worst is the HR administration
Time off was good. Medical was lacking. Ironic for a medical sw company.
The benefit package is all right but the company pays a large portion for the employee which is great
Emds provides unlimited time off, medical, dental. They provide 401k you can work from home when needed. They have a decent benefits for a mid size company
PTO is 3 weeks for first 5 yrs then 4 weeks starting the next yr. 401k matching is 25% of your 6% invested. If you are going to match you should do a flat amount vs making it to where a person has to invest more for you to even hit 1.5% matching.
Best - Salary employees get unlimited PTO based on managers discretion Worst- insurance package is really bad. Hopefully you're really healthy
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.