Top Hat offers a great benefits program including an amazing health and medical package (including paramedical, dental, health, vision, LTD) as well as a lifestyle account for employees to use as they wish! In addition to these awesome benefits, Top Hat offers snacks, drinks, coffee, tea and lunch in the office daily.
best is the catered lunch everyday and lifestyle benefits
The benefits package was aimed for the younger demographic. It would have been nice to have an education allowance, and better lifestyle coverage. The vacation and time-off policies can be more flexible and accomodating.
Great lifestyle account per year and good medical coverage
Lots of company perks, free lunch, lifestyle benefits (free transit, additional health/fitness benefits), travel opportunity. Vacation policy is minimal ( two weeks) but I believe this is something that is being worked on
Best: Lifestyle benefits that can be used for gym, transit, clothing, etc Worst: no RRSP matching
- No RRSP contributions - No paid maternity/paternity leave When asked about it during a company Town Hall the answer was "our employee base is young so we are not looking at these benefits yet".
-start at 3 weeks vacation, 6 personal days and get bumped to 10 personal days after 2 years -catered lunch and loads of snacks every day, which is a taxable benefit, so costs ~$3 per day, but you can opt out. -standard Great West Life health and dental -$1500 annual health spending account or lifestyle spending account. Your choice which to use. The only difference is the lifestyle one gets taxed. -no extra parental leave benefits beyond the legal requirements. -will pay for courses that will improve your work skills, although this may depend on the department -casual dress code -fairly flexible hours
I love the lifestyle account of $1000 that covers everything not covered by health, dental, drugs, or vision
The best thing is the lifestyle account. You can use it to pay for your gym membership or running shoes or a new bike. Anything that improves your health and lifestyle can be written off...up to $1500
An allowance for health-related expenses such as a public transit pass, a gym membership, etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.