Current and former employees report that 22nd Century Technologies provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“There are 3 options for health insurance. One normal plan with a 1k deductible and 2 high deductible plans with multiple thousand dollar deductibles. Semi affordable if you're single but if you need to cover a family it becomes unaffordable very quickly. Coverage is decent but unless you're making very good money it's hard to cover a family. ”
“PTO depends on what contract you're on. In general you can count on 10 vacation days and a few sick days. That plus the government holidays makes this offering pretty standard. ”
“Pretty typical plan options. A little more expensive then others I've seen.”
The benefits are competitive, pretty good company overall, would give their benefits a chance. Company really looks out for its employees.
Pretty bare for contractors and does not share full details of what we do get.
Left a lot to be desired
Offers 3 forms of health insurance
Poor benefits package, but company is growing and will eventually be able to provide a better package to employees, at least that is the company line.
The benefits are practically non-existent. Healthcare is a joke, you are better off buying catastrophic insurance on the marketplace. 401k is 1% contribution, but since you wont be making much money itll equate to about 400 bucks. Wow, thanks I can retire now.
none was offered at this time because of contract.
Two weeks paid time off, health insurance is extremely high, 3 sick days, dental and vision insurance is not taken by most locations, no 401K match, no military leave, no bereavement leave, no paternity leave, tuition assistance is a joke (3% of your pay only if pre approved) if military contract you'll have to take PTO on one of the holidays, horrible HR (they messed up the offer letters including job titles on 2/3rds of our staff!), and good luck getting them on the phone if you have any questions. They are disorganized. They are slow to pay out on travel reimbursement mainly because they can't get the paperwork right.
Would like for it to be consolidated into one company instead of multiple
No benefits but legally required sick days after 90 days