The benefits package was the best part about C3, though you have to decide if that package is worth the downfall of actually working there. The best part about the package is health insurance, 401k, vacation and paid personal days as well as sick days. The worst part is how stingy the company can be about those days.
It wasn't all that great. Not enough coverage for dental and vision but the 401k was great
The insurance company will take 100.00 out of your paycheck but its only PPO that they provide they don't cover emergency visits, prenatal care, eye vision and any kind of X-ray or MR I or ultrasounds. The insurance company doesn't send out forms in regards to new changes they don't keep you informed the only good thing is the 401K.
Great health insurance and provided tuition reimbursement
The health insurance specifically was too expensive and go more expensive and covered less and less as the years went by. The salary benefits were WAY better than the agent level though as the agent benefits would really only over a small percent of emergency visits and 3-4 visits a year to a pcp in their network. Vision and dental were inexpensive and great. they offered gym, law and life insurance but I didn't take those.
Benefit packages are either preventative only or the high deductible plan. In order to have prescription coverage you must have the hospital plan which is extra
If I can give it less than one I would.
Terrible Package. Obama care minimum if that. Adding dependents is not possible on the salary.
nothing i got to inevitably enjoy
You get free life insurance. Can't apply for health benefits until about 6 weeks of working there, but they don't kick in until the e months. No sick time or personal time until 6 months. Certain holidays off and paid after 6 months .No PTO until 1 year.
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