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“Since changing from UHC to Aetna, the plan, and the cost of my prescriptions, has dramatically decreased, which is great! ”
Great benefits. 401k options. Decent PTO policy. Great environment with great people. Sales so you get out of it what you put into it
Stipends are nice but the overall benefits package is lacking. 401k contributions were minimal. Health insurance was expensive. Did pay for continuing ed once in a while in the form of bonus.
Offer health insurance, 401k, some continuing ed reimbursement as bonuses
Comprehensive insurance plans but very limited PTO
They have really great health insurance at a super affordable price.
It’s pretty average in comparison
They have good benefit options but it just changed to Aetna so don't really have a ton of insight on how good the insurance is. They have a "Good" plan and a "Great" plan to choose from
Worst thing is that you do not get benefits until after 90 days and there is no paid maternity leave.
Health, dental, vision, dental, life insurance. 401k and PTO. Decent package, a lot of people do not make it long enough to earn these benefits.
Insurance, 401K after 90 days of employment. Insurance is through United Healthcare and comes out weekly with weekly check. Not bad for single person, but gets really expensive for family, 401k match is only 2%. 2 weeks PTO accrues throughout the year and bumps up to 19 days after being with company for longer term.
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