They offer contractos good benefits the same as the employees get . They do not take out much from the paychecks
Relatively Good health insurance. They are my contracting house, contracting me out to another company. In that role, PTO depends on if they are forced to offer it by the city or state you live in, and they will find loopholes to avoid giving you PTO if they can.
No benefits when working as a contractor. Good work life balance
MAKE SURE YOU GET EVERYTHING IN WRITING AND ONLY WORK HERE IF YOU HAVE TO!!! Benefits aren't good, but not bad and 0 perks. 0 paid holidays, so if you want to get paid for a holiday, you'll have to use your PTO. I talked to 3 different recruiters about various jobs and all lied about each job. Either they lied about what the client wanted in terms of experience, lied about positions being contract to hire, or lied about benefits. If your contract ends, they'll try to lie by saying you were fired for poor performance, so they can try to get out of paying unemployment too!!
NO Benefits if you are on contract job
Basic Healthcare - nothing crazy
I did not have benefits while employed as a contractor at Collabera.
The benefits package was adequate, for a single person in their 30's it was around 200/month and had better than average coverage
Holy cow is it expensive! I would have negotiated a much higher hourly rate if I'd known. HSA ONLY - very high deductibles.
The 401K account was set up automatically when I became an employee but I never participated in it. I was researching the health package when my contract ended so I never got to use it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.