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.
50% match up to 3% of 401k. High deductible and out of pocket expense for medical. PTO "average" @ 10 days. Severance @ 1 year was 1 week. Pricey dental for standard coverage. HSA contributions by CompuCom changed to match employee's contribution for up to a certain $ amount for 2018, which was very good. Employee discounts were mostly higher than you could get the same thing elsewhere. Access to certification training was good.
Best is they give you benefits after 30 days. Worst is there is a High deductible to be met each day.
The worst is you have to pay a high yearly deductible. They offer 401K, health (medical, vision & dental) insurance as well as PTO.
High deductible and required bio-metric screenings. 401k only matches up to 3%.
Benefits decrease each year while your pay remains the same. Every year deductibles grow higher along with out of pocket costs.
Company offers Health Insurance, 401K and Paid Time Off. Health Insurance has a requirement for biometrics screening every year. If you or your spouse fail 3 or more tests, you need to enter a mandatory wellness program or pay an additional premium. This created a lot of stress and anxiety which were brought to management's attention but nothing changed. They only offer a high deductible health plan, the premiums are high and the services are mediocre at best.
Health insurance with high deductibles. No meaningful contribution to the 401K plan.
They bring snacks, candy, muffins around once a week
Pre-existing medical conditions will not be covered by CompuCom medical insurance until after one year of full time employment...employee beware. Medical insurance is in HIgh Deductible plan and they give you a pittance to help fund it. Both medical and dental insurance have nonduplication clauses which means you cannot get additional coverage/payment from a spouse’s medical or dental plan.
For the last 5 years Compucom's benefits package has declined. Everyone was hoping that since Compucom was purchased by Office Depot in November that the benefits package would get better but that will have to wait till next year if fortunate enough.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.