excellent paid time off. 2 years until 403b match or education reimbursement.
Their package is better than most. They don't match retirement until after two years. Just beware of the HR department and make sure you're incredibly thorough when reading through their benefits package. Maintain your own documentation. For example, during orientation they'll tell you your insurance is retroactive without giving you any information on how to access insurance benefits. So lets say you're hired in August and you attend orientation in the beginning or middle of September, they claim coverage from Sept 1 but won't provide you with insurance cards/account info. When you press them for it, they'll tell you insurance cards are on the way and won't follow through on the promise during orientation (i.e., to get you all the info you'll need prior to cards). Don't expect to get insurance cards for at least 1 month. So if you're hired in Aug and orientation is in Sept, you'll probably get your cards mid to late October. Also not that their format for benefits orientation is large group with zero opportunity to get clarification. They say they'll make themselves available to answer your questions after the training, but they pack up and leave, don't answer their phones, and are very slow to respond to emails. Summary: Although the benefit package itself is decent, accessing benefits is a struggle.
Excellent medical and dental, plus vision. Excellent days off for vacation, personal, and sick.
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