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‘3 weeks vacation and health and dental provided’
‘I found their benefit package to be very generous. I was a long term employee so I had raked up a lot of vacation. By the time I left I had up to 6 weeks if you counted the flex days. They also had a good RRSP matching program. ’
Benefits were great, no issues with any of them. Comparable to all other hi-tech companies that want to attract and maintain talent.
good benefit, flex work hours
I found the benefits package to be very strong. They had RRSP matching, extremely generous vacation and PTO policies and great coverage.
Lots of days off, usually 15 vacation days per year plus 10 personal days and 12 EDO (you work a few minutes extra per day and get one day per month off). Other than that the benefits are pretty standard.
Three weeks of vacation are standard and there is flexibility to work from home based on which department you are in.
Good benefits. Sometimes slow at getting claims back from provider to submit to secondary provider. Added a small health care spending account to help with some of the claims that weren't covered by the primary provider. ($400/yr for Family)
RRSP matching and vacation time were nice. Employee discounts for the products would have been nice to have.
everyday worked extra half an hour, earn a day off each month. But you have to used up before each quarter, so that you won't loose them. And in termination - which happen very frequent, it does not pay out.
Very flexible work environment, and above average number of days off. Health benefits are standard, could be a bit better, but ok. RRSP matching available.
For longer term employees - 3 weeks vacation plus 10 personal days. Company matches RSP contributions.
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