They offered health insurance, 401k, vacation, and paid time off after 6 mos of employment.
Pricey "health insurance" plans. Better off with the marketplace!
The best was the fact they even offered an insurance package. The worst is the fact they charged $682 for a family. My average check there was $672 biweekly, and I claimed 1 on my insurance at $10 an hour. They randomly enroll you into a retirement plan, and when you ask to find out more information about it because this random company just started taking money out of your check, no one seems to know who to reach. Finally someone pointed me in the right direction, and I found out they were taking 4% and not even matching it at all.
The insurance for the customer service reps is not that great! The employees have to pay for there benefits. Where I have worked before, they paid for your insurance. Now, you paid for the family members, which is fine, but I do feel they could have better insurance benefits for the csr's. Even the benefit packages are not really beneficial. They don't even cover you if you were to have a catastrophic event.
Easy on line set up and explanations of all benefits. Representatives called to go over all available benefits.
performance records in larger-size companies may be promoted into such supervisory roles as Senior Pharmacy Technician, although they will still be under the direct supervision of pharmacists. Another avenue of career growth is for pharmacy technicians to continue their education to become a pharmacist (typically through a five year undergraduate program). Work Environment. As noted, pharmacy technicians work in a variety of settings. They often have scattered schedules with evenings, weekend and holiday work often required, especially within health care settings, such as hospitals, that are open 24 hours. Physical stamina is important as the work requires standing for long periods, along with the need to lift sometimes heavy boxes of medication and using stepladders to retrieve supplied from higher shelves.
Best is the people you get to work with and the things you learn. Worst is the pay and some benefits to choose from but it is all extremely expensive not much to offer, most people can't survive on what is offered. tuition reimbursement is available.
The very best things about the benefits package is the fact that it is well-rounded. You have a lot to choose from including paid sick time and vacation time. The cost is not too bad, either. I've had much worse at even some of the largest companies in the world.
Was not eligible for any benefits until after 6 months. 40 hours in sick and personal days which is good. Premiums were expensive for insurance plans. 1 year vacation after a year
There insurance is a joke that no one can afford on $10 an hour. It covers nothing and the deductible is too high. If you have cancer, any surgery, any other illness, forget it. You'll either die or lose your home to pay out of pocket.