Variety, cost, deductibles and the ability to work from are the best thing about the overall benefits. The worst is that you have to wait the 60+ days for the benefits to kick in per the onboarding process. However, this is the same as with most companies.
The company had average benefits and a good company culture.
They make enough money where nobody should have to pay a dime and the employs should be covered.
Excellent Benefits for medical, dental, etc.
401K, all benefits, good benefits. They have their own private medical/doctor's office. Raise every 6 months. You get discounts and specials at just about everywhere. From banks to grocery stores. Cons would be they don't treat you like a person.
You are eligible after 90 days. At my plant, my managers and Benefits person did not know what I was eligible for. I got hurt on the job and no one told me what I needed to do to protect my job and I lost it trying to recoup for several days.
Can't think of any negatives, all god benefits.
401K, expenses, food, stipend, office
Work at home, relocation, health insurance and great upper management support.
The best thing about working at AdvancePierre Foods was the good benefits package. The worse thing about it was management. Everyone is pulling you in to different directions and there are no performance reviews
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