Nothing. It covers everything I need in a benefits package. And its affordable for me and my children.
Insurance is good. After 3 months you receive health insurance, 401k plan, and PTO and sick time. Not enough PTO. 20% off certain apartment locations for living.
401k and time off. 401k match is not great. Health Benefits are ok but extremely expensive for families.
Benefits are super expensive, and items offered are not worth signing up for.
The benefits offered at this company are not amazing and are reasons enough to leave. The 401K deal is extremely poor and even though it is something, you don’t get much by way of company matching. They also have a vested schedule that means you won’t keep their low company match until 5 years, 100 %vested. Insurance is through Cigna. The package here offers poor coverage with expensive premiums. I know I’ve had better coverage at worse companies. They offer discounted rent if you live at one of their managed communities. The hoops you have to jump through to get 20% off market rents is ridiculous. Don’t ever leave though, you’ll have to move out. They’re only required to give you 30 days’ notice. They do over PTO, Sick Time and additional time off, including 8 hours of volunteer time. That is the only great thing. I think they should revisit their overall package and understand that to keep people you must treat them well.
Very good insurance benefits with a good 401k program. Included standard vacation and sick time allocation as well.
Expensive and poor coverage options so even if you get the cheapest plan, your out of pocket is outrageous. I chose wisely knowing I needed a procedure so I also signed up for the FSA and I am single but my out of pocket each check is about 217 total each check for the FSA ($1800 value is what I put in) and the high end benefits for 1 person. On my salary alone that’s a lot to financially have deducted. Seriously, thank god I have housing discount and family nearby to help with odds and ends because California also has a state tax. I unfortunately can’t afford to stay at this company. Dump Cigna and get an actual plan that employee’s are proud of. Instead, most people that can be on a spouse or family members plan choose that. I’m sure this saves Alliance money but it’s not competitive with the industry or even today’s major employee benefits plans.
The benefits go on and on. They even have volunteer day off and birthday day off time.
They just increased the premium discount for insurance, so you're not paying as much. You get to have your birthday off plus it's paid.
The 401k match is low compared to other companies I have worked for in the past.
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