The overall compensation package is amazing! My favorite perks of working with Harris are the 3 weeks vacation as the standard, plus 5 personal days per year, plus Dental, medical, and eyewear plan, plus the flexibility to work from home when needed, plus the RRSP and Employee share ownership plan is very attractive to me! Plus the personal computer purchase program, PLUS the lifestyles rewards program! I can go on but I think the point is clear. The compensation package is top notch!
Health care is okay. Best part is the office culture
Health insurance including dental and travel paid in full by the company. 3 weeks minimum vacation from the beginning. Five personal day to be taken in any period of the year
RRSP / 401K matching, but it's at 50%, max $2K, and taken from the pool of money that would have gone towards your bonus. That means if you don't participate in this benefit, you lose out on the money as some of your bonus will go towards other's matching. Lifestyle benefits not even enough to pay for bus passes for the year. Medical / Dental / Vision are all included, but at reduced levels that get smaller every time they revisit the coverage. Basic Life Insurance is a part but is only barely enough to cover a funeral. Added life insurance is an option, but comes out of pay. Same with a few other types of insurance. If you're willing to pay for the added coverage, they'll figure out some way to take your money. They will compensate you for the cost of school, but not for the time it takes. You have to use holiday time for that if you need it.
Benefits are adequate and sufficient
Overall great benefits package. Would like to see more choice so that individuals can tailor to their specific needs.
Pretty good benefits with interesting perks. Friday breakfast is nice as well as the Lifestyle credit that can be used for things like gym memberships.
- Worst salary in the market in the province of Quebec - Good insurance
Avantages médicaux et dentaires payé 100% par employeur
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