Current and former employees report that Arise provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best is the ability to chose your own hours”
“Thorough training provided on computer”
“Worst is occasional shortage of hours”
There is no benefit package being an independent contractor.
I love the ability to create my own schedule.
No health or 401k benefits provided
you can work remotely, but there arent many other perks
I’m looking for any in house leads hiring in Seattle or remote. I had a medical issue arise last month and my small firm let me go when I was away for two weeks. I would like to get back to work asap. I have 5 years experience in litigation, 1 transactional year. Any leads welcome. Thank you.
Overall, Arise offers good benefits, but their comprehensive health insurance option (especially with dependents) is relatively expensive (nearly double the cost for twice the deductible compared to other places). They offer a few choices for medical and add-ons for Dental and Vision that are quite affordable. Basic life insurance (for you and spouse), AD&D and short/long term disability for no cost, plus a matching program for 401k. No Roth or IRA options at this time, however. Work from home (permanent) is now standard across the company with options for FL locals to access the office. PTO is great and volunteer time is encouraged and available.
No benefits as a contractor.
No benefits whatsoever because they milk cheap labor.
the benefit an Arise you are own boss, you could choose time you want to work
The company mostly has contractual workers
you pick your own hours