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vision coverage could be higher, but you can use spending account to pay for glasses etc. also
Really robust health and dental coverage, but not enough PTO is lacking (15 days in first 3 years, 20 after 3, 25 after 5)
As an intern you don't get any benefits. There is no paid time of but managers are actually very lenient on filing for vacations.
Easy to use benefits that are generous, including putting your spending account in a bucket that can be used on anything from gym memberships to running shoes and even vitamins.
Great benefits including a lunch card, commuter reimbursement, stock bonus option, regular bonus, coffee, subsidized food and beverage and lunch at marketplace downstairs.
Management are not held accountable for team performance. Work-life is often repeated as a mantra but not successfully implemented. In other words, it's just rhetorics.
Overall decent package, but some things might be better, e.g. benefits for Canada Commute program or Lunch On Us haven't changed for years despite inflation
The best thing of the package is it covers widely about different ways of treatment/usage. However you may not use them all every year since the categories are so many.
No extended health benefits for contractors and no paid vacation. They give you two weeks per week and it is unpaid. If you want to take more you need manager's approval. You can pay into extended health through their preferred third-party provider but even then they aren't great. Would suggest that contractors in this position find their own benefits package.
1) Free Lunch 2) work from Home 3) RPP matching 4) Medical insurance 5) Competitive Bonus
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