Some of you might know I got laid off in late August due to company making changes during COVID. I got severance pay through January. However after months of working hard......I just received an offer letter from a great company and I am BEYOND thrilled to get it! Counter offers. I got an offer pretty much equal to the pay I was making prior to being laid off. I don't want to miss this opportunity but they also don't have 401k match which is a pretty big deal as my old job had 8% company match. Do I just be happy with what I was offered or try to get more since I'm losing my 401k match? I have another company who I believe is close to an offer. Should I reach out to them and let them know the situation and see if they offer and play the 2 against each other? Should I just be thankful for what I've given and jump on it in this covid-19 environment? EDIT 11/2/20 - First company is running background check on me (I have a wet reckless conviction). I think 2nd company is going to actually make me an offer tonight or tomorrow morning! I mean that's a good problem to have, to have 2 offers!!! I'm beyond blessed! Now my only problem is I don't know which 1 to take!