Good benefits for time off
It was good, they offered healthcare plans with various options, 401K, PTO usually you can get 4-5 weeks per year if full time, paid overtime rate
I like that you keep seniority with the company even if you leave and come back. PTO accrual has been reduced over the years but is still at a good rate. Worst thing is lack of raises or cost of living increase in pay. I have been back with this company for 2 1/2 years and have received no increase in pay along with my co workers
So many options to choose from! Awesome healthcare plan, accidental insurance, 401k, PTO accrued, RAVE points, dental, vision, long term and short term disability, life insurance and more!
Best thing is the amount of PTO. Worst thing is that you are lucky if you actually get to take it because staffing is so lean, no back up.
Better than average vacation time. No match to 401k, choices for health plan, tell a doc benefit very helpful, lots of optional benefits.
All staff are expected to work on holidays. Do NOT try to take time off around the holiday. Company policy is to allow only 1-2 days off and they must be covered by per diem staff, otherwise, you can't take the time off. You also are at the mercy of your caseload. No guarantee of 40 hours. You are expected to work overtime but are not offered administrative duties if the caseload is low. Holiday pay is straight pay. There is no time and a half or other compensation!
They offer insurance options for spouses
Great plans and prices especially for non-smokers
No 401k Match, not holiday pay, no incentive pay for weekends, and poor healthcare plan. Small education fund for CEU's. Older staff say beniefits continue to be taken away. Very slow raise process (2 years still no raise). This company should only be used as a last resort starter company. Get 1-2 years of experience then move on.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.