Most companies doesn't have a pension plan
Insurance is really expensive Great coworkers Pleasant pto bank Work/Personal life balance Weekends off Seems like you have to be a favorite in order to move up the ladder.
Lots of PTO. Pension and 401k. Company profit sharing. Discounts on shopping, including cell phone bill. Health insurance isn't great though but they try to offset the bills. High deductible plan but they offer an HSA and will give you $1000 in it which is helpful.
Continuously increasing premiums for healthcare. Decent provider list but a lot of out of pocket expenses that divert a person from going to the doctor.
Competitive pto with the ability to purchase up to 5 days per year. Good benefits overall. Excellent campus with doctor, pharmacy, dry cleaning, salon, Starbucks on premises. 401k matching. Pension plan (almost unheard of today!) No maternity benefits - just short term disability and fmla (seems out of pattern with competitors)
Working for an Allstate agency, your benefits package will be left to the agency owner. Most times, there aren't many perks.
A lot of time off and the flexibility to work from home. Medical insurance is costly.
Thee are no perks. No health insurance, 401k, no dental.
I didnt receive since I was contractor. They didn't reveal those benefits to me. But talking thru the employees who were working there, they would say that the pay increase wasn't that much.
Did not offer benefits, only 2 weeks paid vacation.
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