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“If an employee selects the Blue Cross / Blue Shield High Deductible plan DTNA pays the entire cost. You will have to pay a small portion of the premium each month but they put more than that amount into the employee's HSA account. They have other plans with lower deductibles that cost more.”
“Salaried employees start with 4 weeks paid vacation that is available from day one. Vacation is awarded each year on the employee anniversary date in a lump sum. Employees can carry over 1 week. Every 5th year is a "boost" year with 6 weeks of vacation. At year 11 the standard vacation increases to 5 weeks. The pattern is: 4 weeks (Year 1-4 ) 6 weeks (5th year) 4 weeks (Year 6-9) 6 weeks (10th year) 5 weeks (Year 11-14) 6 weeks (15th year)”
“401k MAtching program is probably the best benefit”
vacation for new hires exceedingly great
They have a really good benefits package. 401k, dental, medcial and vision, life, 4 weeks vacation and a week off at Christmas.
4 Weeks Vacation, Vesting 401K
Vacation is one of the best. You get 4 weeks off annually from day 1. 401k company match is industry standard, up to 9%
Very good vacation policy for start date
Great 401K match with additional company contribution that increases over time. 20 vacation days on day 1!
Very good and job security wise
Best health benefits I've seen in the IT industry. Retirement plans, educational re-imbursement. Child care.
Vacation time off is excellent. 4 weeks a year and two extra weeks on your fifth anniversary
Many benefits such as NBA tickets, events, corporate benefits (shops, tram and bus, etc.)
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