CompuCom offers a generous DayOneSM benefits package to full time employees that take effect starting with their first day of employment. One of our core values is WIN/WIN. You get value and protection, we get great associates. One way we demonstrate this value is by giving you a way to protect yourself and those you care about with a full range of valuable benefits.
I don't prefer the high deductible plan but I think in the end it does save you money and give you more control of where your money is going. I like that the HSFA is pretax
The company changed health insurance which is one of the reasons I ended up leaving. It made it difficult to provide for my family.
High deductible plan. Around $2k for a single person and double that for a family. Almost like not having any coverage at all but at least you don't have to pay a penalty to the IRS since it counts as insurance.
PTO for FTE, accrued per hrs worked. ***Fair 6 Paid Floating Holidays per year. ***Good Paid Federal Holidays ***Average Medical/Dental ***Inadequate. Bi-weekly employee contribution = $92 for single + $9 per each dependent child. Required Health screening. If you fail just 1 of 3 parts or refuse screening, bi-weekly employee contribution goes up $76.00 + $92.00 = $168.00 x 2 = $336 per month + High premium
Vacation time no longer rolls over, healthcare is very limited and expensive. No sick time PTO lumped into one.
the insurance is not helpful at all, it is expensive and the coverage is very limited,
Matching 401K and they contribute to the HSA as well.
Benefits are good, with a matching 401k, Cigna provided health plans, and PTO balance, which must be used during the calendar year.
1 high deductible option for a health coverage 3 days is the bereavement policy for the death of a spouse or parent 2 weeks PTO for new hires is not negotiable (even if you have 20+ years of experience) Paltry 401(k) match with 3 years to vest 6 company holidays with 6 additional employee designated days - 3 awarded on January 1 and 3 on July 1 Use it or lose it with PTO. Unused PTO cannot be carried forward to the next calendar year so that the company doesn't have to pay out the balance in cash when layoffs happen
extremely high deductibles, they pay less and less every year, yet never give you a raise.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.