I did not receive any benefits as an intern, though as a full time employee I heard they were good.
No matching 401k and extremely high insurance plans with big deductibles.
They do not have great benefits. Very disappointing, expected more.
Full benefits, you had to pay for some of it. Makes sense for some and not for low wage employees
Not the greatest health insurance. Offers only high deductible plans and must wait six months from start date to qualify.
The benefits could be better. The deductible is hard to meet unless you go to the dr often but still ends up being expensive. They do not offer maternity leave. Or a private place to breastfeed.
Health benefits horrible and employee pays 100% of premiums with no contribution from company, no matching 401k, no stock options, starting in 2010 each new employee is maxed out every year at 2 weeks vacation and no PTO time.
I’m saying this as frank as possible. There are no benefits. There is no long term retention for employers. No retirement, no raises, no paid for medical, no bonus that’s based solely on your performance.
Basics benefit are good but not great, no 401k match. The EPCF employee assistance program is amazing,
This is one of the worst benefit packages I have ever experienced for a company of this size. Monthly out of pocket costs are way too high for extremely high deductible insurance. No employer matching contribution for 401k or real tangible benefits that help their employees save money. It’s obvious that they do not value taking care of their employees nor do they want them to stick around too long. Weak sauce!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.