Good coverage. When work is slow they offer flex time I am not sure if coverage is reduced.
flexible work schedule. Raises are small for some. Large for others. Depending on who you know or how much they like you. Benefits and Environment Document Control (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – February 1, 2018 The benefits were good but there too many silos within the company itself. No direct supervision that I could ask for help.
Good vacation time (3 weeks for new and intermediate staff), good health and dental coverage. Health/wellness spending account.
The best things flexible hours and you just need to have 40 hours per week . You can start early and leave early and beet traffic. The other benefits are comparable to other companies of this size.
Vacation and Sick time is accumulated throughout the year
I paid about $60 per month for family benefits, which gets you the standard suite of $500 for each paramedical service (massage, acupuncture, chiropractor, etc.). You also get $800/year to be allocated into Health Spending or Wellness Spending. They started me with 3 weeks vacation, and it's set up that you are salary plus overtime, so in 2014 I was able to take 6 week paid vacation, and 2015 I was able to take 8 or 9. Vision care is pretty bad though, and it will only cover $30 of an eye exam. Coverage for prescription drugs is pretty decent. RRSP matching changes depending on the company's performance. In 2015, it was 3% matching. Dental is the standard 80% coverage on regular dental work, and 50% on major dental work. 8 sick days per year.
decent benefits package. Best part was $500 in massages a year. and no doctors notes.
No Vision care. Expense submissions can be a bit of a pain at times.
Lack of transparency when dealing with benifits.
The best thing was RRSP matching to 6% and stock options at a discount. The worst was how good the benefits started out being and then corporate shopped lower rates to plans that were not as good. All and all though a good benefit plan.
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