Generous amount of vacation starting off, I don't use the health insurance benefits here but I've heard they're decent!
My benefits package looked like an assistant put it together from The Dollar Store.
Pros: medical, dental, vision is offered; paid work events Cons: high benefit employee contribution; offensive MLOA policy (don’t bother returning to work after kids because you’ll work 24/7); no 401(k) match if you earn over $100k (essentially they penalize top producers that keep their bills paid and line the executive pockets); zero flexibility with remote work / flex hours; no summer Fridays; below average PTO policy; only cover a portion of phone bill yet we use it for work 24/7
Lack of maternity leave policy - it is embarrassing! Given the day and age we are living in and the fact that this is a female led organization, they should be ashamed! Employees have to leave this company to go elsewhere when they are ready to have kids! Policy doesn’t kick in until you’re employed for 2 years and even then it’s 4 weeks off. 4 weeks??!! So if you’ve been here a year, you basically get bare bones FMLA which is terrible. They also don’t pay you commission during this time so your income is basically nothing. This company being in staffing and recruiting always talks about market trends, what benefits are important to employees yet when it comes to their own employees, they don’t care. Practice what you preach and put in a legitimate policy like all the other amazing companies out there! Maybe too talent will want to come work for you then. 401K doesn’t kick in until you’ve been employed for one full year. How are you supposed to save for the future and feel that you’re company is supporting you when they don’t even offer this from the beginning?
Considering this is a company that is 1. woman-led 2.has the backing of Morgan Stanley and 3. Is in the staffing and recruiting business and understands what is out there in marketplace for employees in terms of benefits and overall package, 24Seven falls short. -no 401K until you’ve been there a full year -horrific maternity (FMLA) nothing competitive to what’s out there these days with most companies especially companies wanting to retain top talent. Where is the 6 or 4 month policy companies are stepping up and extending left and right? -no summer Friday’s -no work from home policy even though to do this job you don’t need to be in the office and many other agencies are flexible with this -benefits package covers the needs but nothing to write home about and very costly. If your spouse has coverage, go with that -not a very generous vacation package -overall, this is not an enticing place to work when you look at the package and they need to step it up
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.
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