Dream is pleased to provide its employees with an extensive group health benefit program. The program is effective on day one for the employee and their eligible dependents. The best part is the benefits are employer paid so there is no cost to the employee. Other perks include a continuing education program, annual bonus eligibility and Friday afternoons off before summer long weekends, just to name a few.
Great benefits package, covered for almost everything you can think of, they have an employee assistance program, out of town medical benefits as well (for travelers), rrsp and pension plan program, educational assistance programs, bonuses etc.
The benefits are pretty good and kick in the day you start, so there is no waiting period. But the claim amounts for things like glasses are ridiculously low ($200). The amounts that can be claimed for things like massage therapy are fine, but not amazing. They do have a pension and group RRSP program, as well as an annual performance bonus that you can put into your RRSP if you want to. The ½ days on Fridays before summer long weekends are definitely one of the best benefits.
I like that the Benefits package is on top of your salary and that we do not have to pay for it with each pay. I also just returned from maternity leave and the process to leave and come back was very efficient and made my life much easier. There was a top up, I was given vacation for the months I had taken off and I had a great experience dealing with the HR department.
Pretty decent comprehensive benefits. They have a good pension program
The benefit plan is comprehensive and comparable to others in the industry. Benefits are fully employer paid for the employee and their dependents (which is a nice perk)!
Benefits are average for the real estate industry, medical, dental (80% / 50% on major work like crowns). Pension plan after 1 year of service, its a typical canned plan you are better off to invest in your own GIC it will have a better yield.
The company is very focused on people and culture and really creates a supportive environment for employees. They are generous with vacation and do half days on long weekends in the summer. However, I believe health benefits and maternity leave packages are below average when compared to companies of similar size and stature.
The benefits are fairly standard. Nothing really stand out. Medical, drugs, vision, pension plan etc. They do have fruit and drinks available to employees for free in the kitchen.
Excellent benefits package and amazing perks.
Okay. Pretty decent but they reduced the $$ a year ago for physio.
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