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“There's an extremely high deductible and co pay... ”
“They don't allow you to start participating in the 401k program until you have reached 90 days. After that they don't match until you reached a certain amount first. ”
“They don't pay for sick. Even if you are salary. If you call in sick they do not pay you out. They make sure they don't pay if you are sick.”
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It was part-time so you don't get benefits, but you get a lot of time off.
The best thing this company offers is a paid maternity leave!
4000 deductible is the worst, I would be very difficult to think about using the insurance for anything like expanding your family.
The benefits were the worst part of the job. The insurance doesn't cover anything until you meet your deductible which is $5,000 for a family. You are responsible for all payments of all prescriptions and visits to the doctor out of pocket until you meet your deductible. Basically you will never meet your deductible unless you have an accident and end up in the hospital.
They only now increased holiday days off to 12 per year ( from 10) to match their peers in the industry.
The inurance premium was very expensive
Health benefits were affordable and company contributed half. Deductibles were high, but that is normal. Vacation time was below average. Company did offer matching 401k. Company also offered 30% matching HSA.
Took 8 months to even receive my insurance card. Took several hundred out of my paycheck per month to insure only myself minimally. MATERNITY LEAVE IS TERRIBLE UNLESS YOU HAVE PART TIME DISABILITY
horrible insurance. Doctors had never heard of the company
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