the benefits package was below average
The company does not contribute to the 401k plan
yeah its ok, i don't really know what else to say about it. binder and binder, what else is there to talk about? the free binders is the best perk imo
Management can be good with some people but others can be left out so I guess they get fire.
You have to pay 75% of the benefits package.
The benefits are unaffordable. I was in one of the higher paying positions and I couldn't afford to pay for the benefits offered and pay my rent every month. I had to go on the NYS health exchange. Also, they're going out of business in the next 2 years or so. There's no point in applying unless you're looking for something short term. Also, your paid time off all comes from the same bank and it's virtually impossible to figure out how it accrues because the terms change based on the month. So, after the first 90 days you can earn 1.5 days worth of PTO but if you're sick or have an emergency before the end of that period they'll put your PTO balance in the negative and it'll take twice as long for you to earn actual time you can use for being sick or taking off a day. It makes no sense.
The benefits package is basically nonexistent. Although they are technically offered they are almost your whole paycheck!
They dont match the 401k
You are not guaranteed any vacation hours. If you miss one day you do not accrue the next month. Most benefits like 401k you aren't qualified for until about 5 to ten years employment but most people don't last more than a few years.
It was just 5 days off per year. You only got 1 day per 2 months for personal. God forbid that you used them.
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