The benefits package is fairly comprehensive and competitive. It covers all the basics and then some. Missing is a 401k match.
High premiums but are offered medical, dental, and vision; not a very robust time-off package and there are overtime expectations; and a 401k that isn't matched.
They do not like to approve time off
No matching 401(k) at the moment, due to ownership changes. This is likely to change in the near future. Best is that they truly care about family; needing leave for family emergencies or necessities is honored and respected.
vacation and my colleagues were the best experience
The benefits package was changed once the company was acquired in March of 2016 by Najafi. Benefits and wages were sliced back to a bare minimum. Currently the compensation barely covers the cost of benefits. Insurance is through United. A basic plan that is for emergencies only is roughly $119 per month. Personally I use the HSA.
You got the standard like medical, dental, vision, and 401K. They also had a nice disability package and lots of buy-in options for extra coverage like life or long-term disability.
Best: Options Worst: Premiums, regardless of the options
When I first started there, the pay was better than minimum wage, but not much-- especially considering it was a sales job. I think the company finally got smart due to high level employee complaints and extreme turnaround. They increased the incentive for making sales, thereby making the work more attractive and creating and retaining good employees.
Benefits continue to shrink from what I have heard from current employees across the company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.