onPeak's benefits are better than average for a company of its size, due to being owned by a much larger company. Blue Cross/Blue Shield is the current health insurance provider, with Delta covering vision and dental. Two choices are offered for Health and Dental PPO, FSA, and vision insurance. You can also opt for an HSA. The company covers about 2/3 of the cost of insurance, which is pretty generous. Short-term disability and life insurance are also covered, along with employee assistance. There are voluntary coverage options for Long-term disability and supplemental life insurance among other items. Everyone gets ten paid medical days and two floating holidays per year. Vacation time starts at two weeks, then increases the longer you work for the company, up to five weeks maximum. 401k is offered, with an employer match up to 3%.
onPeak offers great PTO and benefits were pretty standard cost if not cheaper than most places in Chicago.
It is all good at onPeak
Working from home was a great perk at onPeak.
Casual work environment, pretty good 401K with corporate match, and good medical, vision, and dental benefits through Cigna
Company has their "perks" unique to onPeak and not their parent company (GES). Some of the more unusual benefits include up to 5 paid days off for volunteer activities, free breakfast on Mondays, full-time remote working and discounts on standing desks and TSA Pre for flying. The worst part is the company contributions to our health insurance could be better IMHO. It's not bad but it's not great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.