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- They are constantly trying to change to match the trending in Toronto
The company provides learning fund that can be used by employee for career training. There is also a health fund to cover for example gym cost.
For a growing company, the benefits are good. Good health coverage including dental. Added perks like Gym + Learning Fund are really helpful. Main missing piece is the RRSP matching. Stock is misleading. You are not entitled to anything if you leave, even if shares are vested. You actually need to pay them for the shares unless there is an exit!
The benefits kick in right on day one!
Best - 100% health benefits coverage; Education fund. Worst - No retirement fund.
I love that we have coverage for all the necessities, and that for staff members with families Prodigy pays the full coverage for them as well. It shows a respect for the importance of being able to take care of your family.
Bad No Bonuses. Good Generous health care package. Lots of perks for employees. Gym fund, educational fund are very helpful.
Full health and dental, money for gym memberships, learning fund, etc
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