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‘Comprehensive and very flexible. ’
‘Lots of time off. Very competitive. ’
‘Typical amount of leave for the market. ’
Comprehensive. Lots of options.
Learning allowance ($1500) is a good perk. Otherwise, standard package for the industry. No significant updates to benefit package for 5+ years.
RRSP, DPSP and health benefits are good
I would say the benefits package is pretty average among tech companies. I think they do offer something in almost every area but it should be a bit more in certain areas. For example, the Health Spending account could be substantially more for families.
Flex spending on education, fitness and home office.
Least comprehensive coverage I've ever had. I had better coverage working retail. Technically the coverage is wide but so shallow that you barely get anything out of it. 750 for every medical thing inclusive; meaning orthotics, dental, physio, massage, orthodontics, vision, everything. 1 pair of orthotics and your health spending is basically done for the year.
good company retreats; good benefits package
Lots of room to improve
Lots of perks, WFH days
Great company events, typical benefits
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