The benefits package overall is really good- 401K with match, good health insurance, decent dental, maternity and paternity leave. The only reason I deducted 2 stars is because of the WFH and holidays policy. Some departments have much more freedom than others and will regularly work from home or take days off while other employees come to work sick and count PTO hours.
I am very happy with the benefits provided by All Star. They have great health insurance, and upper management does a really good job showing how much they value their employees.
Great health insurance. Generous PTO. Flexibility in WFH.
Company Paid Medical, great matching 401k
The best thing about All Star benefit: 1.Their health coverage. Employee doesn't have to pay monthly premium, it's fully covered. 2. Culture of celebrations is also pretty awesome here at All Star Directories, lots of fun events, wedding, graduations, birthdays celebration, with lots of food and snacks. 3. Tuition reimbursement is available. Few things they can improve: 1. More PTO, we only have 15 days PTO including sick days and vacation. It's really small amount compared to a lot of other companies that offer 3 weeks vacation to start with plus floating holidays, and have a separate sick days too (between 10-30 days). 2. No employee discount that I know of to any retails or phone companies. 3. They don't really have a lot of fixed policy on a lot of things, which can be improved. Even though employee owned, employee doesn't have a lot of say in setting the policy for the company. 4. No HSA option and company contribution, which is a bummer.
A solid benefits package - comparable to others. They had great community events. Vacation and time tracking was easy to do via the computer. I didn't test the health package too much but it appeared to be pretty standard coverage. They had a 401K savings as well.
The benefits package is very generous for both staff and family.
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