Our people work hard and we are proud to give them the support they need to find personal and professional success. When we state in our values that we “respect every person,” that applies to our outlook as an organization as well as a directive to all individuals. Here are just some of the things you'll enjoy here at Clearlink:
We are able to get free health care by taking a wellness exam, not only for yourself but family members as well. If you pass then you get free healthcare. The benefits are pretty standard tech benefits. 13 days of DTO, I really wish we had better tuition reimbursement or options to help out with daycare costs.
the low cost of the benefits is the best part....although they are aggressively rising the price so dont expect it to stay.
The health insurance isn't very good. My 2-year-old was very sick and we had to take her to the ER 4 nights in a row because her fever broke 104 degrees. All 4 times it didn't get that high until after urgent care hours. Insurance only covers ER if you are admitted. So we had to pay $600.
It is overall really great.
Expensive health care package, and they don't offer personal days very often
Free insurance after 1 year upon completion of biometric screening.
Health benefits used to be excellent. They no longer contribute to premiums. They are pushing HSA's hard (to save money). 401k match is...okay. Vacation time has been inconsistent. They used to let it slide if you called out sick, now they're taking it out of your vacation time. Work from home is good if you can work on a team where they trust you. It's roll-the-dice on that one, but they have gotten a bit better. Snacks in the breakroom are okay. Glad to have something, even if it is a limited selection that's gone by noon.
The health insurance was too expensive to afford
Health insurance was way too high with the money people make there
Benefits are average as would be expected from a call center with a high turnover rate. Free soda and hot chocolate is really nice. The 401k is .5% for every 1% you put in and they will max out at 4% match which was good, but you have to work there for 6 months before you qualify for it as well as most of the benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.