The best thing about the benefits package is that they match 401K contributes which was very helpful in building on retirement fairly quickly. The worst is that the insurance they provide is not great and it can be costly.
There are no company perks unless you’re related to someone there, health insurance is now high but ok, best thing is the 100% matching of the 401k, vacation & time off is worth it only if you’ve been there for a few years.
insurance is expensive. copays high.
401k plan with generous PTO allowances.
Does not cover too much and employees have to pay more after the bill is processed.
Best: 401k plan - Wost: Paid time off/vacation time and employee appreciation and perks. The building is outdated and filled with unhealthy levels of contaminants as well as outdated work areas and amenities that are budgeted to upgrade only for select departments not across the board with extremely limited and insufficient parking availability for staff
To sum it up, nothing that special for the work required you to do on a daily basis. PTO ... was used for any excuse management wanted.. 2 minutes late got a deduction of 5 minutes..back from lunch the same...
Works for me but apparently there are some who have health issues and the Health Insurance is not sufficient enough.
Byram offers of the following benefits to its employees (Flex Spending, Medical and Dental Insurance, PTO, Tuition Reimbursement, and 401K). No Flex or vacation time. You can borrrow up to a negative 40 hrs, but if you leave the company and still in the negative it'll be deducted from your final paycheck.
Insurance in Utah was through SelectHealth which is awesome because they are prominent here. All other benefits were normally.
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