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Great coverage. I've never worked at a company with benefits in the animation industry so it's particularly interest to own the company that first provided me and the rest of the staff with benefits!
Standard benifits program. Good enough for what I need
Very subpar benefits Cons: -3 sick days, 10 vacation days (most studios in Toronto have double this) - no memberships to anything, only discounts to gym, etc -very basic dental/eye and other services like massage -no RRSP contribution matching like many studios in Vancouver -no paid overtime for leads/supes, no effort to compensate with days off either -no bonuses for high performance -no designated time for lunch for leadership; work through it with how busy schedules are Pros: -Flex hours, though during Covid this is a double-edged sword as people will work less hours overall -Remote work
you can opt out if you are already covered by your spouse.
Above average in comparison to other animation studios. Benefits are paid by the company, no deductions on your pay stub for this.
Pay is well below market average for the output expected. The benefits package is decent, with a focus on counselling and crisis support services. Work life balance is horrible.
Including all the benefits that should be
4% vacation pay (two weeks unpaid vacation), benefits package available after 6 months.
$1000 dental is quite nice. need to be working there 3 months before it kicks in. Seems to be pretty speedy.
Covers optical, dental, etc. In an industry such as this, it is definitely nice.
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