- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Benetrac full-timePros
In order to successfully grow, a company must be willing to face and weather periods of change, transition, and adjustment. BeneTrac is a company on the tail end of a restructure that, along with gaining stability, has now created an environment in which career paths can be created and grown. The options for upwards mobility from entry level positions are countless. Lateral movement across departments to gain new skills is encouraged, and as a rapidly growing entity of a large and stable parent company, employees are really empowered to move up and in any direction they choose as quickly as they are able.
The benefits provided by the company are available almost immediately and the coverage is affordable and robust. There are multiple shift start time options and generous allowances of paid time off with paid holidays, sick time, and roll-over vacation accrual.
If you enjoy being a part of a fast paced evolving industry with a major emphasis on employee benefit administration, payroll, and paperless/electronic data/technology based systems, this is a great place for you.Cons
Not really cons, just items to consider when deciding if BeneTrac is the right place for you:
-The company is evolving and in order to thrive, you should be prepared to be open to and flexible with change.
-The peak season/busiest time of year for the payroll and benefit administration industry as a whole is between October and January. Be prepared to schedule longer vacations outside of these months depending on the role you are interested in.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Benetrac.Interview Details
PART 1: A panel interview with four Benefits System Specialist Supervisors. One Supervisor reads from a list of scripted questions while the other three sit and look blank. You will also need to complete a carrier discrepancy report. If you pass, you go to the next level.
PART 2: Interview with Department Manager.
PART 3: Wait a couple weeks to be contacted by the Paychex Recruiter who will ask a few questions too about how the interview process went for you.
PART 4: Receive and complete a series of emails from the Paychex Recruiter.
PART 5: Pass a drug test.
PART 6: Wait a second time to be contacted by the Paychex Recruiter for an offer.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsThe Paychex Recruiter will offer you a range between $18-20.Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
- "Tell us about how you would feel if you were a baby carrot in a blender." This is asked in the first interview. I think the purpose of this question is to determine how one will be able to handle the busy season during Open Enrollment. Answer Question
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