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 virtual healthcare, health and lifestyle spending accounts, continuing education program, annual bonus eligibility and Friday afternoons off before summer long weekends, just to name a few.
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‘The maternity/paternity leave benefits, I think are pretty standard.’
I worked few hours a week. I was paid an hourly wage.
amazing benefit package, haven't had anything like it before. Nothing comes out of pocket.
Best things - Free snacks at the amazing kitchen
Employer pays for everything. Amazing benefit package, and you don't have to pay anything for yourself or your family!
Extensive, generous, kicks in early & very easy-to-access
Comprehensive overall benefit package for each family member. Larger dental, vision and extended healthcare allowances would be ideal. Generous sick leave and vacation time. Offering allowances for childcare or childcare assistance would help families better manage work/family demands.
The vacation time/time off are pretty industry standard. The health benefits are great, although I think they can do better with vision and dental care.
That you have to wait a year before you can enroll for the pension
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.
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