the best thing about benefit packages is that it cover almost everything in every aspect including dental and prescription medicines
good dental benefit, if benefit for glasses get increase some that would be good. good massage benefit.
No stock match options
Not good..fair . 3 sick days only
VERY basic benefits but even that is only for a part of the company. Departments are divided by the upper management so its clear as sun who is pure labour force there and who has special treatment. Chosen engineers have many perks that receive under the table form the management- tuition reimbursement for courses, gym membership reimbursement, company cars, gas and 407 coverage... Only chosen can work from home and are allowed to be sick and stay home with pay.
very bare bones benefits package, dental and vision RRSP plan after 2 years, but you only benefit if you've contributed for 2 years... so potentially only earning if you start from day one and plan to be there for 2+ years, otherwise... it's 2 years from your RRSP Contribution start date
RRSP matching up to $1,000 per year. Up to $1,000 dental, but no orthodontics. No separate sick/vacation time, it's all pooled. Satisfactory for the most part.
For such a big company benefits are minimal. The management could care less about their employees well being
Pretty minimal benefits. Your vacation time increases slowly- 2 week first 5 years, 3 week 5-10 years, 4 weeks 10-15 years. RRSP matching limit = $1000.
No coverage of common issues that come up from working on a computer all day, such as chiro or physio, massage, etc. Only $1500/yr limit on dental, but it's mostly 100% coverage within that limit.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.