Compared to other companies Asure keeps the employee costs of healthcare low by negotiating great rates coupled with coverage a large percentage of the cost.
Office snacks, low costing health insurance, FSA plans available, fitness reimbursement, PTO given monthly...
Asure's benefit package is good except for 2 glaring areas. The PTO policy is horrendous and antiquated at best. PTO is light at 18 days per year total- that includes sick days?!. Then every year on June 31 all but 40 hours expires and then you have 90 days to use that or loose it. This policy is not keeping anyone and your competitors in payroll companies and saas companies are kicking your butt. Paychex just went to unlimited PTO as did most of Austin SAAS Companies. In an environment where people work huge amounts of overtime to do the job of 3 people and you do this to them .That's just wrong One other area is the Maternity and Paternity leave is terrible as well - like there isn't any. While the healthcare coverage , 401k and the employee stock purchase plan is all good - these are just the norm. Fix the PTO policy or you will see a wave of people leaving . The UE rate is 3% and everyone is offering more... Time to invest some money in your employees the magic 40 number you tout shows you are under investing in the company and products...
good health, dental and vision insurance stack kitchen
Asure Software is a Payroll and HR/HCM company, without any real, tangible, bleeding edge employee benefits. Asure Software has a real problem with "Hero Culture." Hero culture is contrary to the type of working environment a software company should be using to operate to be successful. A company culture that celebrates and rewards team success is better. The base benefits that Asure Software offers include Medical, Dental (the various savings account plans), child care accounts, a 401k, and Employee Stock Purchase options. A company President's Circle exists for top performing sales employees, as well as for those selected (voted in) via the quarterly recognition awards. There is a profit sharing bonus of around 5%, cut up into quarters. There is a wellness program that got rolled out at the end of last year. While the wellness program is well-intentioned, it focuses on reinforcing a company culture that celebrates heroes, instead of teams. The PTO that Asure Software offers is non-standard, and actually seeks to diminish and damage employee stability, retention, and wellness. That is essentially where the real benefits all end. There is no Tuition Reimbursement. There are not Humanitarian or Volunteer Days, or any other kind of similar PTO programs. There are no Donation Matching programs. FMLA and parental leave is unpaid except for what the employee has accumulated. ----- I want to make a point that Asure Software does not demonstrate that it cares about its employees. The message being sent to employees, is that they are a means to an end. The PTO Policy is absurd and horrendous. An employee can rollover 40 hours every year, the "new year" resets on July 1st. An employee has 90 days to use those 40 rollover hours. This means the employee must use it or lose a week of vacation, (if you had any hours to roll over), that lasts only until the end of September. This means that by the end of year holidays a typical employee can only accrue a half year of standard PTO. This PTO policy is very constrained and feeds into the entire dialogue. Additionally, when they acquire companies, they modify their Employee handbook to save the company as much money as humanly possible. An example: Vermont state law requires that full time employers must provide 5 "sick days" of PTO per year. Asure adjusted their PTO policy for Vermont employees so they accrue PTO at a diminished rate around 8.5 hours a pay period, instead of the standard 12 other office receive. This is just because of a state law requiring employers provide those sick days. So in any state where Asure Software exists where they are required to provide sick days, they diminish the PTO accrual rate. In a recent company-wide layoff, unless a state protected the employees, (and has laws in place to make sure the PTO pays out), or anytime an employee chooses to leave, the policy often states that Asure Software does not pay out PTO. IF you have negative PTO, they always charge you for it when you leave the company, but encourage employees to check with managers to maintain a negative PTO balance. Asure Software clearly has some ethical and moral compass issues when it comes to the policies they use for their employees. They are thinking about the damage to the bottom line (financial costs to shareholders) to the exclusion of thinking about overall employee morale. The ramification of this is skewed as the financial costs to the organization is nothing compared to the overall damage to employee morale over time. Their HR policies and practices are negligent, lazy, and completely reflect the value the organization places on its employees.
this company have the best benefits. their insurance is excellent. they offer medical, dental and vision. also offer short term and long term disability. they offer 401k and life insurance, they have also a contract with affack. they also have about 17 days off total.
Great Benefits Package as well as a Gym Reimbursement Plan where the company will pay for the Gym YOU want. Not 1 you are forced to go to or 1 local to the Main location! Company has great PTO policy as well as HSA/FSA ER Contributions. Free Snacks and Drinks always provided as well as "Bagel Monday", "Doghnut Friday" and EOM Sponsored Lunch !
matching 401k plan, gym memberships, good health and dental
Health insurance was good. 401k matching was decent at $0.25/1.
A rather generous PTO plan has been one of the only things convincing many employees to stay with the company.
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