Are employee benefits generally better or worse with tech companies?
I've got an interview with a company tomorrow who sent me details on their employee benefits and it seems they are proudly offering far below what I've usually seen. For example, it appears that all health/dental insurance benefits are paid by the employee, there is a 2-3 month waiting period, only a 4% 401k match, etc. The time off program seems to be the worst I've ever seen in the corporate world. They even promoted direct deposit, bi-weekly paychecks, and free coffee/tea/soda as perks (and I'm going to be 2000+ miles away from their corporate office).
They are also promoting themselves as a tech company but are requiring a paper application. This one absolutely blows my mind.
At this point I can't imagine taking the position I'm really just morbidly curious as to how bad it could really be (like driving slowly past a wreck curious).
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Originally posted on Jul 28, 2021 at 7:29:33pm
Message modified by BYU Fan on Jul 28, 2021 at 7:37:26pm