Health insurance package offered for individuals is very good (cannot comment on family plans). Vacation/personal time offered is not much in the first year, but I wouldn't have expected to get a weeks vacation right out of the gate anyway. I worked from home so I had the freedom to schedule my days around any unforseen sickness or personal appointments that came about.
No sick leave, which basically means you have to use personal or vacation time to call out, and you only start with 2 weeks per year for the first 5 years.
The deductibles were very reasonable at 1500 per person in a family
standard benefits package, all the normal bells and whistles. Medical, dental, vision, paid vacation. HR department did a pretty good job at telling you about all the benefits.
Good 401K, good health, dental, and vision. One of the better packages I have had at the time.
Health Insurance, dental, vision, disability PTO,
401k is great. Benefits are good, though not as good as they were 9 years ago. Vacation and sick days are plentiful and useful.
They offer coverage for you and have a good package, but in this position, you won't make much money if you accept their benefits unless you are making sales and getting commission.
casual dress code, ability to telecommute, 401k, paid vacation
401K is about 1% of what you put in. Other benefits have skyrocketed, just like most other companies. Vacation and time off is pretty standard.
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