Great health benefits and insurance as well as paid time off
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
The cost of medical for a family was over $600 per paycheck. $1200 MONTH! Plus, there was an additional $2000 deductible that had to be met. Thats $20k per year for just medical.....
The lack of competitive pay, tuition assistance, and job training bring their compensation package below a true competitive market value.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.