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Best things: fair salary, generous health package, RRSP matching, stock plan
If you work in a big location, local perks are great, but suck if you work in a small location. There seems to be cuts to benefits every few years
Great benefits , RRSP and stock options.
Overall good package, and you have option to choose. Health, dental, bonus, stock, reimbursement for education, and professional subscription.
The number of vacation days and flex days is really good. There is an option to buy extra days off. Really good work life balance. Health benefits are good as well (medical, dental, etc). There is also RRSP matching.
Matching RRSP contributions; through 2017 at least, every employee was given some stock each year; work-from-home dependent on position; good benefits package, but has been diminishing over time (as plan costs have increased, they've only minimally increased employer contribution).
Very well organized company with good benefits.
The entire package was very comprehensive and competitive, the performance bonuses were company-based more than employee-based so it was difficult to have control over that
Raise were minimal, only manager level got performance bonuses
Health Insurance one of the bigger perks
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