Campus Advantage Benefits
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
Which benefits does Campus Advantage provide?
Current and former employees report that Campus Advantage provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Employee Discount(5 comments)
“Health insurance was decent ”
- Dental Insurance(3 comments)
“Average/Acceptable Dental Insurance Offered by Company”
The HSA contribution is very generous, 4% 401 K Match, and Paid Volunteer Days.
Worst company ever!! They’ve usurped the life out of every student housing they’ve bought out!
Only 1 week parental leave, terrible care for new parents. Any additional leave is unpaid unless you use your PTO/Sick days, which is needed for wellness visits and times when newborns get sick (very common)
Good benefits package for everyone
Residential Real Estate Agent
Being a realtor is not what I expected! I was so excited when I joined being younger, but nowadays it's all work and too little time off. It's a bit frustrating because I'm not sure where to go from here. I've been doing this for 5 years now. Any help on what choice to make? I do not have a backup plan.
Is it unethical as realtors working in an office to block chunks of time off for personal reasons? Some of my coworkers stay in their desks for up to 10 hours, but I've taken up the habit of blocking at least 1 hour daily for lunch, breaks, and other issues that may arise. Do you do this as well or do you prefer to work straight through your day?
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Summer Friday's are the best
The 401 k preformed well
Great work life balance, but maternal/paternal paid leave should be reevaluated
There is limited options but the options available have worked for me!
It’s great. The rent free option on site is good
Best thing was the 401K match @ 4% in which employees are fully vested in from day one of participation. Worst thing regarding benefits was the escalating cost of health insurance premiums to employees and the relatively high deductibles of health insurance plans offered.