This is a private equity owned company that occasionally doles out company shares on a discretionary basis as part of comp / bonus. The worst thing about this benefit is there is no transparency whatsoever regarding valuation of issuing of these shares.
* Expensive health plan * Expensive dental plan - poor benefits * STD/LTD below benchmarks - employer should pay 100%
Alliant offers all the required benefits, the medical coverage offered is only HSA.
The employee benefits package is below standard for the industry. STD/LTD are employee paid and dental rates are extremely comical.
Benefits are good , they have medical and 401 k
PTO days accrue throughout the year and roll over. There is a bump in accrual at 5 years and again at 10 years. It’s very generous, however it’s difficult to use it due to the industry and that you’re always so busy.
Alliant health insurance plan is not the best. The company only offer PPO plans for health insurance with high deductibles and high premium. There is no HMO plan.
Seriously pathetic benefits. This is one of the biggest insurance companies in the US but the benefits are in line with a small family business. It's even more absurd because one piece of its business is brokering employee benefits. Compared to other insurance companies of its size, the premiums, HSA contributions, 401k, bonus targets, and perks are seriously sub-par. If you're healthy, you'll do fine by negotiating a higher salary to make up for it but if you have a condition, seriously reconsider because you'll be paying through the nose.
All of the health plans offered are high deductible plans which make employee costs high. Only a $1300 and $2000 deductible are available.
Only an HMO or HDHP option with a low HSA contribution for medical.
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