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‘2 Days per week, Work from home’
‘a great program is provided with some structure’
‘Maternity and Paternity Leave is possible but since I never had to use it I am not sure of the details’
Fantastic Benefits and flexible vacation policy.
comprehensive package. They have an onsite gym and subsidize meals
Excellent benefits. The best I have seen in my 17 years of professional experience. No con.
Yes, the perks are great. Perks include subsidized breakfast and lunch, free gym, golf simulator, video games, ping-pong, air hockey, pool, company events, celebrating wins, great health benefits, RRSP matching, flex paid time off, flexible remote working schedules, beer Fridays, cultural events. Last summer, the owners came around with ice cream carts giving employees ice cream! These guys keep the company …
Flexible Paid Time Off, Great Benefits - Optional Medical and Dental Packages, RRSP savings program!
You have to pay for it out of pocket and the premium plan is expensive.
They have great benefits that encompass FPTO, gym, full benefits, they also provide on site chiro, and cheap lunches and breakfasts.
The "unlimited" vacation is nice in theory but the reality is that many don't actually use any vacation due to workloads and are forced at the end of the year to take the mandatory 2 weeks off. It's nice though if you have an emergency and can take an unplanned day or two off.
Great options for benefit coverage, both individual and family. Also, great perks - onsite gym and free fitness classes, subsidized cafeteria, discount programs and more!
health package, RRSP package, flexible sick and vacation days, learning resources university or courses offered at workplace from time to time.
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