The best thing is that it’s available- worst is no 401k, benefits are expensive and you only ever get 2 weeks pto regardless of tenure
There is a huge deductible before it kicks in.
Too expensive for everything that is included for a single person it is about a 10,000 deductible for any sort of care
There is health insurance. The health insurance cost too much.
You get heath, dental, and vision options after 30 days. PTO is accrued after a year of employment. You don't get vacation time, you're a peon, you don't get tired, because you were already poor when you started.
The benefits are VERY expensive, practically working for the benefits if you get them.
If I could give less than 1 star I would. You get medical, dental, and vision...that's it. And only because it's the law. If they could get away with giving you less they would. You accrue vacation time but can't use it until you hit 1 year. There is no 401k, tuition reimbursement or anything else. The medical is expensive and horrid. If you live in AZ you do get sick time, but only because it is the law. Before the new law went in to effect you didn't get sick time. There are no paid holidays in the U.S. There's not even holiday pay. Work on Christmas? You'll be lucky to get a pat on the back. Why? They will say it's because they are Canadian based. But ask if you get Canadian holidays off and they say no because we are in the U.S. It's ridiculous. The least they could do is be honest and say they are cheap.
There really is no benefits package just hourly consideration.
The amount you pay for benefits up front and the amount you have to pay for copays is equal to what you would find online
I didn't have access to the benefits package because it's only available after you've worked there for a year. I worked there only for a few months. I know that health insurance and PTO are available after that point, but before then only unpaid voluntary time off is given.