You can’t call in a personal day if something happens, it is not guaranteed that you get it off. Benefits were bad. Pay was good for the work that was done but not for all of the hours that had to be worked. This job is a single persons job, someone that doesn’t have kids or family they want to see on a daily basis. Insurance was great.
You get a bonus depending on company performance, a 401K
After Probation was eligible for all benefits. Medical, Dental, 401k (which they match up to a certain %), Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, FSA, and additional perks per facility.
Overall good benefit package until recently. Structure changes and purchase of another company rolled out significate changes that were not communicated well. Business changes, this is understood in our market, the lack of transparency was surprising.
Overall, there's a decent benefits package for salaried employees, but nothing special - Woodmark seems to target middle-of-the-road benefits, like a 70/30% premium split (employer/employee), and a 4% 401k match. Little opportunity for flexible hours and an extremely out-of-date tuition reimbursement cap.
The benefits are OK, better than most.
401k is awesome! Wish they had a "menu" option for when you want dental, but not medical.
Base pay does not measure up to similar positions in other organizations. Good bonuses, the culture of caring, and the positive workplace make up for this in my opinion. The insurance package is very good and the rates are still reasonable in comparison to many other organizations.
The healthcare benefits are great and pricing is low for employees. Company match retirement and stock option. Well compensated for travel expenses.
The benifits are great they split the health insurance costs and free life insurance equal to your salary. There are many other great benefits to take advantage of
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