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“Not many health plans to choose from ”
“Average: the more years you are there, the more you get out of it”
“20 hours carry over at end of year, i feel like you always have enough time off. They are always going to work with you if something happens ”
Not many health plans to choose from
PTO is pretty good (start at 10 days a year, accrued gradually). There's a 401k plan which has pretty good employer matching (available after 1 year of employment). There's health insurance, but it's not great. It's Humana and not employer-paid. Fairly expensive. There are free snacks, social events, employee outings, etc.
Appreciate your comments. Just to clarify on some misinformation. Our PTO is 14 days year one, 19 days year two. Correct on the 401k. Regarding Health Insurance, I'm not aware of many companies if any that fully pay employees' insurance. Acquirent does supplement a portion of the deductible for employees, however. Thanks again for the feedback! Ryan Winthrop HR Manager Acquirent
NEW 20 hours of vacation/sick time carry over to next year. health Insurance after 90 days of work, 401k after 1st year. I feel always enough sick/vacation days. Very lax dress code, like almost none
Best thing: you earn 14 PTO days per year and they roll over Worst thing: health insurance is subpar and you need to pay for parking spot
All positions are full time. Heath, dental, and vision insurance available after 30 days. Have 401k after a year
Of what i hear the Health Insurance is pretty great here! You start with 10 vacation days, but you need to acquire them.. One thing that was a bummer was that you needed to wait a full year to start your 401K.
No benefits discussed. The place is fraught with liars. They call you in, shuffle you around, and may forget you were svhrduled. It's an atmosphere full of avarice. A waste of time. The Irrelevant, inconsequential questions. Again, these are unprofessional, inexperienced people.
Pretty good coverage for medical, dental, and vision from Humana, 25% 401k matching, PTO, sick/personal days.
-401k match is fine. not enough for me to enroll in it -medical/dental/vision again are just fine, pricey compared to what I pay now
The best part is the 401K. For you first-timers... DEFINITELY set it up. They have a financial advisor who will help you allocate percentages and make sure they are invested properly. TAKE ADVANTAGE.
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