Free lunch, competitive salary, gym, snack, RRSP matching, unlimited sick day, 4 weeks vocation per year for new employee
Pros: - 4 weeks vacation to start up to a maximum of 5 weeks - free lunches, snacks, drinks for engineers - health spending account - learning allowance for use on courses, books, etc Cons: - parking reimbursement doesn’t fully cover parking expenses in downtown area (about half of the cost for parking close to the office)
Covers all prescriptions but lacks quality coverage in vision. Overall decent benefits but not the best out there.
Pretty good coverage. Dental and prescription drugs are fully covered. vision care is covered a bit. 5$ gym access. and 5% rrsp match
Benefits are fully covered (don't have to pay out of pocket to enroll in the program). Dental coverage is very good. Vision benefits are standard. Maternity/paternity leave is labeled as "No" because there is no top-up -- you get what you get from EI. RRSP contributions are a 100% match up to 5% of base salary. The only problem is that the RRSP contributions have to be administered through Manulife. Vacation starts at 3 weeks but accrues faster than I've seen at most companies, +1 week every 3 years (instead of the every 5 years that's more common). There is no health care spending account.
Benefits were good including rrsp, vacations and dental, you can't top $5 goodlife membership and free lunch every day
I was only an intern so obviously I don't get things like vacation, retirement savings, etc. The perks that were available was free lunch everyday and a plentiful snack bar. Pretty nice for a Toronto company.
Great coverage and exceptional benefits. Great for individuals and family. Optometry coverage can improve , otherwise all is great.
Very good health insurance and rrsp plan, 5$/month goodlife membership
Catered lunches, free snacks, local beer on tap, RRSP contribution matching, health and dental, unlimited sick days and three personal obligation days... and that's just the main stuff!
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