One of the better companies in tech to work for, especially in Vancouver
-Both Temporary (after 6 months) and Permenant employees get dental and medical insurance covered or partially covered depending on specifics. -Typically people only get two weeks of paid vacation, Directors and senior staff get three weeks. -Good discounts on EA games. -Campuses are healthy places with good gym and fitness facilities available. -Overtime meals are paid for. -Minor and sometimes major discounts, major savings to seasonal events like Ski Passes, minor savings (15%) to activities like Disney Land.
Good RRSP matching, good Great West Life coverage overall, good stock options, good discounts.
Health Care Spending Account which is an account that allows you to dip into if the benefits doesn't cover it fully. We use this up every year and without it we would have to pay a small % if our benefits doesn't cover 100%.
Stock options Annual bonus RRSP matching up to 6% of salary No pension (of course)
Good: RRSP, gym, medical insurance, MSP, perks and discounts on some restaurant and actitivies Bad: dental is only 80% with a limit
Generous Dental/Health plan, Flexible Vacation Time
Good all round package, plenty of extras
The benefits at EA are very competitive, you receive a signing bonus of RSU's that vest annually over a 4 year period, depending on your career level you'll also receive an annual bonus between 10-20% which is quite good. The worst part about the benefits is the vacation time, you'll really need to negotiate hard to get anything other than the standard 2 weeks.
Benefits appear to be industry standard, though they do try to compete in some benefits with Silicon Valley targets.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.