Part time employees are not entitled to dental care.
The best thing is the variety of benefits available., from 401k and various insurances like life, health, dental, and vision, to paid holiday, vacation, and sick time. The worst thing is the high-deductible, high annual out-of-pocket health care plans
They have a 401k health and dental insurance and unionized so guaranty raises every year
Very expensive and non comprehensive
benefits suck. you have to pay too much a doctor visit or hospital
Standard benefits available after 90 days. 4 week vacation maximum. Typical paid holidays and sick time. Could use sick time in hour increments and vacation in half days.
The worst thing was the fact that every 48 or 60 hours you worked only went towards an hour of vacation time, so any days you missed or called in sick for emergencies really hurt your chances of being able to be in the clear because there as a strict 3 emergency days only every 6 months that you could take before you got written up.
Above industry standard for health insurance providing more coverage's & less out of pocket costs vs typical plans. Large variety of added discounts; insurance and tax savings options.
No health benefits, and people do get time off but it's hard for the people who have to cover for you, especially for the night shift employees.
High Turnover rate within the company.
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