Since Clearlink’s inception in 2003, the company has worked hard to invest in employee perks and benefits. Today Clearlink offers employees 100% healthcare, a casual work environment, employee development programs, educational assistance, gym memberships, corporate ski passes good for any ski resort in Utah, corporate golf passes, suite tickets to Real Salt Lake and the Utah Jazz, trips to Las Vegas and Mexico, a chance to win a “Trip of a Lifetime” and so much more, visit clearlink.com/join for more information.
Great healthcare package, tuition reimbursement, PTO, 401 k. Free healthcare program.
they help a lot with insurance and stuff like that, make it very affordable and helpful for you
The best thing is the health program. After one year with the company and meeting certain qualifications they will pay up to 100% of Health Insurance Premiums.
Clearlink has a great wellness program that offers up to 100% paid healthcare and provides health coaches, biometric screenings, and a yearly fitness challenge.
The flexibility and understanding Clearlink has of its employees is by far the best perk and benefit.
When I was hired, the girl from HR said "You have like 21 vacation days, but we don't track them." That depends on your manager, though. If your manager doesn't like you, he doesn't have to let you work from home and can get super passive aggressive about approving vacation days.
Health insurance is free depending on qualifications after one year of employment. I'm not sure about the 401 K. I believe it is a match payout.
Excellent health insurance through Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield! 100% premium coverage for family coverage! $2,000 Tuition Reimbursement every calendar year, 5 days paid paternity leave. and 3 days paid bereavement leave (all after a year of employment). $0.25 quarterly raise! One of the best benefit packages I've seen for a Entry-Level position company
Free health care after minimum expectation are met and you have been employed for 12 months or more!
The benefits cost more then I would have paid if I had just bought private insurance. The amount spent on benefits every week was 170 per week
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