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‘The policy is pretty flexible and accommodating. From what I have seen, this is really between you and your manager. ’
‘Good coverage as far as I can tell although I have not looked into it in details. The overflow bucket could be more though.’
‘One thing great is that you start with 4 weeks. One thing bad is that you will never get more. That being said, the company is quite generous on public holidays.’
Benefits are as you would expect from a comapny of this size: 4 weeks vacations, good coverage for health insurance, reimbursement of commuting fee, stock plan, ...
Generally good benefits as you would expect from a company of this size: 4 weeks vacations, good health insurance coverage, partial reimbursement of the commuting fee, stock plans, ...
everyone gets 4 weeks vacation ... otherwise it is pretty standard package
The best is thing is stock sharing benefits delivered every year as a bonus There is no worst, but the heath care is up to 80%.
Overall they have a very strong benefit package.
vision doesn't cover laser eye surgery
it is all balanced, and you will find it better than most other companies
Overall it was decent benefits
There are no benefits for interns. If you are a returning intern you get some benefits, like transportation coverage. Free coffee, lattes, tea, etc.
As an intern, there is no benefits package at Nuance communication, but full-time employees have a great benefits package.
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