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“it's good insurance nothing really bad about it.”
“The 401 K is through prudential and it is average compared with the 401 K from other company. Being an insurance would have made me think that they will put more emphasis on things such as insurances and 401K”
“You earn your vacation for the next year so if you start in january you cant have a paid vacation until the next january. ”
Great benefits coverage and 401K program.
They offered a 3rd party service that helped you to select the best benefits.
Nothing really bad non union workers get less benifits.
401k is a beautiful thing i love working here
Paid time off such as PTO, sick days, and vacation days. Health insurance. Life insurance. Dental insurance. Vision insurance. Retirement benefits or accounts. Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts, such as HSAs, FSAs, and HRAs.
PTO, 401K, Medical/Dental/Vision/Rx, FSA, etc.
Best thing about benefits is they are based on corporate level, so there are multiple medical and dental package options. Worst thing - no 401k, dedicated retirement options, etc. Very little PTO and no visibility to any earned PTO or sick pay (that way they don't have to pay you out when you are let go. Benefits available 30 days after start date.
401K is 50% match 3% max, Health Insurance, dental and vision insurance provided. Only FSA
Good package, better than most but not as good as some.
Human Resources will take their time doing anything you need. If you need some help, they may start right away. And then they may just go on vacation right after they begin...
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