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‘Vacation 3 weeks and paid time off 5 days. Can get more depending on the length of time working.’
The benefits are on par with average. You get health (with yearly maximums), disability, and life insurance. There's a flexible work-from-home policy which is great. Free coffee in the office and snacks on occasion.
Average benefits package with health dental and vision. 90% deductible.
Average benefits with vision dental and health with 90% deductible. No RRSP matching.
The plan is pretty flexible. I don't have children but my coworkers that do seem to like it.
good vacation time when I worked there. team spirit and other things were great. that about covers it all.
Vacation package very competitive in market. Health care is moderate (average).
Good medical and dental insurance benefits. Stock options offered for employee performance. Snacks provided on various occasions. Lunch provided during company update meetings.
The best thing is that the benefits coverage is good and started on day 1.
Great work hours flexibility. No employer contribution to RRSP
Health, dental, etc. on part with industry.
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