PTO, good healthcare plans, 401k options. No actual sick time though. If you miss work for any reason you have to use your PTO which is kind of a bummer.
I was part time so I didn't qualify for a lot of the benefits, but I did qualify for more than enough PTO which was great.
Best thing is PTO. You get plenty of it at the start and it refreshes every year to the maximum. You also have a payout option at the end of the year for any left over PTO. Some people use it as extra spending money for Christmas. The worst is their health insurance. When I say WORSE, it's not at all bad but not the best. If you are only paying for yourself, it's good. Once you add 1 or 2 others, a good chunk of your paycheck will be missing to help pay for the premiums. That is to be expected, especially if you have ever worked for an employer who offers health insurance. So, really, it's nothing out of the ordinary. There are work from home options. I usually did if I wasn't feeling well but still wanted to work. Though, don't expect to be able to do that every day all day. It's a very situational benefit.
Numerous hours of PTO depending on longevity with the company and great health/dentist benfits
Great benefits package with solid medical, dental, and wellness program. Gradually adding more wellness focus. Costs to employees are very reasonable.
Pricy, but worth it because it includes all medical and paid time off
As a part time teller the only benefits I was able to get was company matched 401k after a year of service, Paid time off, and they would pay for a class of college.
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