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‘Good health plan, would be nice if more than 50% was covered by employer - some cover 100%, but 50% is still good. It is very comprehensive’
‘Standard time off plus an extra few days at Christmas’
Personal days, flexible benefits.
They have a competitive benefits package that you'll get to choose.
Good health plan 50/50 split with employer and employee. Access to fitness club discount and perkopolis. 3 weeks vacation to start (great). Some flexible working plans available - but not for all roles (mine is one of those). I also have to work holidays - not all employees work holidays. Not having employer contribute to RRSP for 5 years is very bad though. You can have your own RRSP, but they will not match anything until after 5 years.
Flexible Choices (Full, partial or Health Spending Plan)
Decent vacation and benefits. Good top-up benefits and other perks.
Flexibility with time to prepare for CA modules and exams, and coaching program
there is a free spending account that you can use for anything. worst thing is, every other specific benefit is pretty sub par.
They have a basic benefit plan
Company pays for cpa courses and dues; with choices of health benefits from basic to comprehensive. However, RRSP is not available to everyone. No bonus or profit sharing
co pays 50% of health premiums. 3 health packages to choose from (great flexibility). company supports further education and will support you financially (in return you owe them service)
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