You have the option to get insurance at apria. Great benefits and didn't get 401k unfortunately. But paid time off and vacation time off is given at great amounts.
High deductible insurance plan Aetna
Company's 401K match not guaranteed but based on company performance which cannot be predicted. Health insurance limited to singular (albeit cheap) high deductible plan with no drug coverage for most lower level positions (will definitely look more closely at health insurance benefits for my next job because of this). There are some perks and benefits available, ex: EAP (helpful, but not advertised and I had to find on my own), discounts on things I won't ever purchase, and tuition assistance (up to $2000/ year, but on first-come-first-served basis within region and getting reimbursement requires lots of paperwork). My on-the-job training was really stellar and ongoing training is constantly available - plus you can alway request more training (online e-learning) if you need to review things or want to expand knowledge base. Separate sick vs personal and vacation time off, but only 2 weeks pain vacation within first year or two of employment (some positions have "honor system" in regards to time off). Overall, I wouldn't take the job for the benefits, you'll have to enjoy what you do and make enough to supplement your healthcare unless you are middle management or higher.
I don't know why I paid for the healthcare plan, it took all year just to meet the deductible. And that is with seeing the doctor multiple times in the year.
decent benefits for a healthcare company
Deductible too high; can't even use your insurance
Good job and location. Left only for different career opportunities.
Only option was high deductible. Insurance cost was based on annual salary.
Package was ok. Everyone is working from home. Less investment for the company
Insurance is terrible, they do match 4o1k My dectuble is 8,000 for my family, and the vision and dental are bad also.