48 employees reported this benefit
They'll enroll you automatically - whether you like it or not. As for ever seeing the money again, good luck with that, the 401k company says C3 has to give permission, but they won't even talk to you if you're a former employee.
You have no option to opt out, and if you do want to cash it out the company handling it charges you $50 of your money and then you have to chase HR to get them to sign a form stating you can get your own money
over all its a good plan
Very low match percentage by company
C3 will match up to a certain point
When you are hired they tell you that the company may match up to 10% of your contributions. No marching was done at any percentage.
The best thing about the 401(k) is the auto-enrollment feature so you don't even have to think about it, you just start saving for the future after 90 days.
At $10 dollars a hour couldn't afford to have it.
No plan matching by the company
Not very affordable, especially for individuals with dependents or partners out of work; pay is low and benefits are expensive.