Worst thing is old time thought process in regards to working from home. Studies indicate employees actually do MORE work to maintain the flexibility. Managers needed people there to make sure they had something to do. Just a reality, not being negative.
Small contribution to 401k and healthcare reimbursement but only after you hit certain commission quotas
They give you a pseudo 401K type account and that’s it. Nothing else. No benefits really
THERE IS NO BENEFITS PACKAGE. THEY DO NOT PROVIDE ANY BENEFITS WHAT SO EVER. I would say the job training was a benefit but it is very lackadaisical at times. When training does take place it is useful and helpful.
The pricing for all of the benefits offered is very reasonable. Good selection as far as options to choose from!
I like the freedom and flexibility to set my schedule and to work as hard as I like.
At the time of my employment there wasn't any benefits package for field agents. However, unit managers received health benefits, not sure about a 401k or paid vacation. The hours are flexible, so scheduling time off is not a problem.
In management, you and your family are provided with adequate coverage health insurance and the retirement program is flexible. You can allocate how you would like your retirement fund to be set up.
They have a retirement plan and bonuses if you make a certain amount for the compay. No health, vision, dental, or base pay.
There are no benefits. You are told you are a 1099 employee but your treated like a slave. Demanded to work 50 hours a week with no benefits. Your expected to go to work even when your sick because your not management.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.