Generous amount of vacation starting off, I don't use the health insurance benefits here but I've heard they're decent!
No match on 401k and high copay
Medical is expensive and I am thankful I have medical through my husband because they only cover the federally required minimum. As a contractor there is no vacation, a maximum of 40 hours sick even tho you accrue it beyond the 40 during the year. Holiday pay. Well that is next to impossible to actually qualify for. The 39 weeks prior to the holiday and the week of the holiday you have to work at least 35 hours. Have one sick day in 10 months and the counter starts over. Well what do we expect as disposable contractors. We are only one step above an indentured servant.
WORST BENEFITS PACKAGE, minimal vacation time, no 401k for a year, don't think about taking a day off. If you are sick, you are required to come in and they tell you to go rest in the "creepy closet?
Stocked kitchen with healthy snacks
I did not accept the benefits package, the contract I accepted was only 3 months so it didn't make sense to cancel my personal healthcare package.
Medical insurance is very expensive
Probably as good as it gets in terms of freelance work.
Vacation time is ACCRUED! Not given to you when you start - so you have to wait to book things and if you get sick after using what you've accrued, you're SOL! Not a focus on employee happiness at all.
Receiving an HSA (Health Savings Account) was a great benefit for a Temp agency!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.