We have great benefits, paid vacation begins on 1st of year, continuing education is paid for by the company.
Great Benefit package for full time employees
401K Match Varies, could be better for such a large organization
the best thing is that the premiums are low, the worst is that the deductible is $2000
Worst is the very small 401k match. There are other great benefits but the just won’t be generous with 401k.
Benefits package is expensive and you may have trouble getting your benefits to go through even when it says that you have successfully enrolled.
The medical is extremely high for dependents and families for a company of this size. It isn't uncommon to have it be $500.00 per pay if you have a family. Per pay. They do offer dental and vision at good pricing, but the main item is just crazy. Associa has pretty good vacation and PTO offerings. You start with 2 weeks. The other really bad benefit issue is the 401K. They pay one time per year after the year ends and they can see the profit margin. They only pay a percentage on the dollars that you put in. Not on your salary and not like 50 cents on the dollar. What that means is they can say 5% is contributed by the company but it adds up to nothing. If you make 30,000.00 and contribute 5% you are putting in $1500.00. More they say 5% is their contribution. That is a whole $75.00. For the year. That is a disgrace for a company who says they are a great place to work.
Very expensive even for a single. If you add a dependent I think it would have gone up 8 times the amount alone? Anyways - nothing is free. It sadly reflects on what they think of their employees. No bonuses!
Health insurance is good. It also has dental and eye care insurance. I like their package. the worse thing is that if you want to add a dependent o your account for insurance, it will be very very expensive.
So first year they didn't offer anything in terms of 401K. It was offered but there was no match from the company. The medical and dental kind of suck. The dental isn't very well covered but at least they have it right. The vision insurance is everything. I love it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.