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“Fairly comprehensive, but has a high-deductible ($2500).”
“Good 401k, although it could change soon”
“I think you get about 9-10 days vacation, and about 6-7 paid holidays. Not a lot, but better than nothing. ”
Best would be the tuition reimbursement available to employees after 1 year of work. The PTO is pretty standard of 15 days for the first 4 years of employment. Medical, dental, vision, and 401k are available .
the best thing with the benefits package at charter college was the eyemed vision. I quit before using any other medical benefit
Good benefits at Charter College
I have nothing good to say about charter college
Great benefits, but a little pricey.
Best - Fairly comprehensive (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, etc) Worst - $2500 Deductible. 401k - Cannot contribute until you have been there for at least 1 year.
Health benefits are awful. Very limited network, high premiums and out of pocket. Have to be on board for 12 mos for 401k and can only enroll twice a year. So, it is possible that it will take 18 mos to start the 401K.
The coverage is terrible, the availability of local physicians is horrendous. The deductible is very high.
Tuition Assistance is offered after 1 year and 401k. Medical is a ridiculous high amount for a family ($650 per paycheck!)
Good medical coverage with fair co-pays.
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