The PTO is good. The cost for health benefits is too high. They need to find a way to lower it.
No best only worst. The insurance is a Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and not Florida where we work at. The insurance is expensive and barely covers anything. $35 deductible to see a doctor and $75 for specialists. The insurance does not cover much of anything. You end up paying a lot of pocket. The vision insurance is a joke. You have to pay out of pocket and then fill out a form to receive a reimbursement. No matching of 401K. PTO is a joke as well you get 2 weeks off but it also includes your sick time. They no longer give you the day after Thanksgiving off and Christmas eve as they turned those 2 days into floater holidays and made it seem like it was more beneficial. Which it was not because now you have to coordinate with you partner to see who gets which day because one person has to be at work. But Brock and Scott sent the notification email out with the subject line of "Great News" lol. Like we are idiots.
Time off is given to employee's right away to use, however an employee is judged for using it at all.
No 401k match, need more PTO days to cover sick days and vacation days. Better pay. Lower insurance premiums.
Terrible benefits to match a terrible company
Expensive. Employer doesn't match 401k
Too costly for most to afford
No 401k match, lousy healthcare, no free disability insurance. $10k in free life insurance
High cost to employee for coverage while still requiring high out of pocket expenses at providers' offices. Prescription medication costs are outrageous, even for generic brands.
Best thing is it's more than the minimum wage I made in retail. Worst thing is that the pay rate is frozen for my particular office and it's not enough to make me think twice about leaving for another offer. 401k is not matched-- even my terrible retail job offered 401k matching.