Benefits are average compared to the industry. You get 2 weeks paid time off and 3 after one year of employment. It's paid time off because there is no sick leave. They have a 401k program, but no matching contribution. Health benefits for the employee are reasonable, but adding dependents can get costly.
They do not want to spend money to hire more people or train the managers to do a better job.
The coverage for employee + family is about $1300.00 per month. That is extremely outrageous prices for health insurance these days.
There is none because I have a part time job and not expecting any.
I do not like the third party company used to access benefits. I also had an error regarding PTO and have waited over a month for them to resolve the issue.
You start earning time off as soon as you start which is 10 days as a FT employee. The rates are really high especially if you have children. It's also not the greatest coverage.
I was part time and did not have benefits, however, when I sliced my hand open at work, I was taken care of and worker's comp covered 100% of the medical bills.
Paid time off is accrued very easily and it is usually not very hard to take a day or two off if needed
There is plenty of room to grow in this company Benefits are decent, I've worked for other major student housing and Asset is all around easier and more stable
It used to be alot better but this year they have taken away the Christmas club which I depended on to save for Christmas and the insurance barely covers half of what it used to
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.