casual dress code, ability to telecommute, 401k, paid vacation
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.
goid benefits. As a mother of 3, it's been a huge help. Company provides an hsa and contributes to that every year.
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.
On the PPO plan we now have to pay a copay and the per person deductable shot up to $800 annually. The maximum out of pocket also went up dramatically to $6500.
It is a good benefit package but it is expensive.
The charge a quarterly administration fee for 401(k). Medical/Dental/Vision benefits used to be great, but 2 years ago they went the cheapest route and now plans are expensive and deductibles are high.
As soon as you are let go for no cause you lose your health benefits immediately. Most don't make it long enough to use vacation time
Vacation time accrues quickly, but the benefits leave a lot to be desired. Getting worse every year. Very low 401k match.
The worst part of benefits is how much insurance premiums went up the last couple years but that seems to be happening at lots of companies