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Sick leaves are very less. Overall good benefits.
Basic coverage dental, medical etc.
Basically have to negotiate vacation days and a high base salary because there are no benefits to working here.
Great Office Socials Additional time off Solid Leaders
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It was standard benefits package
I've found the benefits package to be competitive. Perks include a catered lunch on Wednesdays and you can get some travel discounts.
Pretty Standard stuff - its Sunlife
Mediocre benefits. Employees pay premiums. 80% dental coverage. No RRSP matching.
Flexible time and working from home.Dental and medical were covered, which was nice