The insurance wasn't great.
The benefits package is terrible. The health insurance is prohibitively high for any one with a family. Your spouse would have to work as well to afford it. The PTO must be used for any sick days also.
The worst is that they do not offer different packages for different employees (white collar vs. blue collar). There is no long-term disability insurance for either, even though it would be an extremely small investment for the white collar workers to be guaranteed 60% of their income if they can no longer work for you. Guess you better hope you lose 2 limbs, go blind, deaf, or mute if you are injured in a car accident on the way to work so you'll qualify for SS disability. The PTO again runs into the same issues. In this company, you are forced to take your PTO in increments of 4 or 8 hours. This is terrible, considering the location of the company in proximity to good healthcare. "Sorry you had a doctors appointment at 8:30 am and it will only last 30 minutes, we'll see you in here at 1:00 pm!" Again, I understand it makes sense for factory workers to have this schedule, but not office workers. Certain managers are flexible and understand which is very good, however, others are draconian with the rules and make no exceptions, even at the cost of productivity. The 401K is good and offers a variety of mutual funds, but you will not have access to it for an entire year. Health Benefits here are a joke. I would only recommend this plan (single) if you have diabetes, are a chronic smoker, and are constantly at a doctors office. The premiums are close to $300 a month. I will not even address the family plan as the rates quoted are so atrocious, most people working here would only be taking home 60% of their pay (before taxes) if they enroll in the family plan. I always tell people to check healthcare.gov prior to enrolling. They do not offer and Maternity Leave and expect it to come out of your PTO. The best is the PTO in my opinion (minus what has been mentioned). You are entitled to 3 weeks after your 2nd year, and eventually 5 weeks total after 5 years. The employer will also allow employees who have been with the company a long time to reduce their hours and go part time if they like. They normally offer bonus' at Christmas time which is very nice. They also provide company lunches every now and then as well as family events.
what benefits? you get a paycheck every 2 weeks. there it is
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