It was very cost effective for the number of benefits. The health insurance was widely accepted with many doctors accepting it. The dental and the vision the same way.
When I started the benefits started on your 90th day of work. Including paid time off, health insurance and 401k.
The benefits package for part-time associates is not very good in light of the fact that no part-time worker has a set schedule and can thus rely on a paycheck that does not fluctuate. For example this year I am averaging 12 hours a week as compared to last year when it was 20 to 30 hours.
One of the reasons I accepted this job was that I was told I'd be eligible for benefits if I worked a certain number of hours. When my hours went down a little, due to a lack of work on their end, they took me off the group insurance plan WITHOUT notifying me UNTIL AFTER my eligibility for COBRA had lapsed. Consequently, I have a past-due medical bill that I'm responsible for. (Am still in conflict with them about this.) They tell you they'll "look into it" and "call you back" - but they don't. Very Screwed up. A little hard to keep track of what's going on on their end because they direct deposit your pay in a lump sum and if you want to see your paystub, you have to go online and go through a process to look it up.
Discounted cost on health benefit premium when you meet generous biometric requirements.
401K and health benefits are just ok. Company used to have a decent starting vacation package but they changed to a typical outdated accrual pto policy. No real worthwhile benefits.
The vision insurance is actually pretty good. I get a pair of glasses almost free every year.
health insurance.vacation pay.holiday pay,personal days
Terrible pay, cut the drive time to me to helping in other cities, then offers it to another rep? Very 2 faced.
For part timer, minimal health insurance, no other benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.