iHerb currently pays 75% of the health, dental and vision insurance benefit cost for both the individual and their immediate family members. Team Members become eligible for insurance benefits on the 1st of the month following their hire date.
iHerb offers two benefits to aid in supporting the retirement needs of our team members.
Provides 401k with 4% match, Medical Insurance, FTO, Free Parking, Maternity Leave and more. All the standard or benefits most people expect and maybe more.
The best thing, would say, is the atmosphere in the office, and all tasty stuffs :)
* Extremely stingy on the holidays. * FTO is a nice concept, but unfortunately certain groups, EE's, or departments will be constantly over worked that you will never get to use any of this supposed FTO, or your manager will not approve of your time off. When you leave the company you won't be paid out for anything as you never accrue anything (Big benefit for the employer as employer pays nothing, big loss for the employee as employee gets nothing). * Get to participate in profit share after 1 year working there, but another 5 years or so to vest 100%. * Phantom stock options (4 year vesting schedule on this). As long as you survive the company for 4 years you are golden and 100% vested, but will you make it the 4 years, that's the big question. *Otherwise they have all the usual benefits most companies have 401K with ER match, medical, dental, vision, EE assist, employee discounts, life insurance, etc.
No annual bonus, some small amount of profit sharing goes to your 401k account, 4% 40k matching
401k 4% matching. Employee discounts.
Okay Medical, match on 401k, profit sharing after 1 year, gym, game room. flextime off for salary or 12 paid vacation days for hourly employees.
health package is descent 401K is not matching dental is ok
Their flex-time plan is kind of confusing.
They offer many options for the employee to choose and leave us comfortable to choose what is better for us. They also pay for most of the benefits. It's a really nice place to work. They take care of their employees.
they are a little bit expensive
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.