Best things, Money toward gym, paid MSP premiums, most roles allow work from home sometimes, sweet espresso machine, Worst things, low coverage for items like orthodontic, parking spots expensive, pretty undesirable + unhealthy snack variety, services like massage and chiropractic and physio are by rolling 12 month instead of calender year
Free snack, Extended health care, Sick leave, flexible time, disability insurance, employee discount, Vision Insurance, Stock Options, Group Savings Plans
Work culture is amazing. All employees are very helpful and respectful. All look in one direction and help to grow the business. There are lots of benefits. In addition, it has a wonderful office with ocean view and the Olympic Mountains.
Stock grants, decent benefits (just dropped from 100% to 90% though), rrsp contribution matching. Terribly expensive rrsp plans through IG.
Overall, a great benefits package. Can't complain at all.
They follow the Amazon standards. They do not offer benefits to interns.
The best thing about the benefits package at Abebooks is that it grants 3 weeks of vacation instead of 2 as specified in Canada's legal framework.
3 weeks vacation, plus sick and personal days. Great health plan. Investment matching starts at 3%. Hack Days every quarter. Amazing ocean views from the office. Free fruit twice per week and free donuts on Wednesday's. Plenty of optional social events. Ping-pong, pool and Foosball. Victoria is an incredible city with great weather, loads to do and almost no traffic compared to other cities. AbeBooks could do more to encourage working from home.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.