Decent benefits that start less than 2 months after you start. There are discounts on medical insurance based on how you do on a yearly physical. You also get 2 weeks of vacation every year starting the year after you start.
For part timer, minimal health insurance, no other benefits.
The insurance isn't all that great for the price taken out of your paycheck. They don't cover prescriptions but give you a prescription discount card. I
Part time benefits aren't available. Full time benefits are available, but the choices are not good,and more expensive than good insurance elsewhere. Some 401k matching. Very basic insurance. Minimal vacations fir full time but job must be covered. Nothing for PT
Great and cheap benefits offered.
The time off is great. Days can be taken 2 hours at a time. 8 paid holidays per year for full timers.
Only Full-time employees have something to really talk about, however; this past January all Part-time employees earn vacation time based upon hours worked, so it is a start. I have to work in the field with my subordinates 2 to 3 days a week and use my Home office to work out of the other 2 to 3 days. Salary = Slavery, if you have employees out in the field, you really have to be available to them, so it invades on your personal time.
no benefits part time
401k vesting schedule is too long
The 401k matching is good, did not utilize the healthcare benefits package at Acosta but from other coworkers, insurance is good.
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