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‘tops up for about 16 weeks, then partially top up for a couple more months.’
‘Pretty expensive. Only PRO is that it's SunLife so you can Auto Pay at many Health Providers’
‘benefits are not 100% covered’
Flexibility, great support of tele-commuting, comprehensive benefits package for salaried employees including HSA, Best Doctors referral program, good annual limits on many services
standard benefits package, 3 weeks vacation, RRSP matching
Pay below average , no increase for years
Benefits include private health insurance, retirement plan and the option to purchase additional vacation.
company perks and health insurance
Very nice benefits everything u want but u pay for it. Dental is 85% for medium coverage and u get glasses every two years
Best is Alternative Work Week by which employees can take every second Friday off in lieu of working one extra hour a day. That will add 5 weeks (> 25 days) of vacation to your year
Good benefits above average
Work from home, laptop, phone, mileage, sleeping in, waking up early, conference call, flying, air miles, hotel rewards, getting yelled at
Good benefits. Hour bank comes in handy when you work on a contract basis with little job security. Best benefits I have had.
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