401k is solely employee contributions--no employer contributions
Best thing is very flexible hours. Worst thing is no challenge in terms of work. Mundane work needs to be done hours on end
The short time I was with Butler I never received an overview of their benefits, even after requesting multiple,times and being assured I should receive.
They offered no paid holidays
Flex time is great. No employer 401k match. Vacation and sick time is adequate. Health benefits are available from the employer.
monotonous work. No challenge with the work u do
Nothing was included, it was a pretty garbage package all around. They offered everything, but it was all a pretty significant chunk of change, no 401k match of any kind.
No paid time off. You get a week's pay with every 52 paychecks. Health insurance is not good.
I think they had some very good benefits.
The benefits package at Butler wasn't anything fancy, but it was quite comprehensive and satisfactory
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