3 weeks PTO within first year of employment--tenure accrual more time over the years! 401(k) participant! Amazing Health Insurance, and Dental Insurance! On Site Cafe with free Lunch or Breakfast daily for staff, on site gym free to staff, free parking, company social events, dog friendly office!
The worst thing about the benefits package at Citizens is that they tried to include the mandatory FICA tax as a "benefit" when they sent a mailing to employees discussing the company's benefits. FICA tax isn't a benefit, it's the law. Also, the company does *NOT* have a free lunch anymore. Employees get a discount on select lunches from the cafeteria that was not explained clearly when this benefit changed. Lastly, the 401k is non-matching, so it's not really a benefit.
contractor employee, no health insurance.
Benefits are pretty lackluster. Very little PTO, few paid holidays, no transit benefits, and no 401k match. Pretty crappy overall.
limited PTO, no 401(k) matching, benefits don't kick in until 90-days after hiring, and the healthcare plan is crazy expensive.
Best thing was paid days off once full time
Good lunch, and free soda and maybe sometimes casual Fridays with parties. Health Insurance was good. Bad Communication and will work you till you give up.
The health insurance is 50% employee paid, so you pay about $200 per month for okay insurance; state-mandated insurance is comparable to this in terms of both cost and value. Time off: In addition to holidays, 2 weeks paid vacation, 1 week sick. But don't expect to necessarily be able to take time off when you want it. 401k is 0%--no employee matching.
The benefits are decent for recent grads but when you compare them to what companies usually offer nowadays they're trash. The company doesn't match your 401(k), no tuition reimbursement. The only good things about the company is the discounted lunch and the fact you can use sick time for doctor appointments.
Free parking, free lunch,
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