Best benefits coverage with lowest out of pocket cost I’ve had to date.
Being a part-time employee you don't get benefits.
Great group of people. I enjoyed my time here.
I enjoy working for a company that provides great benefits for their employees. This is something they do here, definitely a plus.
you get 2.08 hours or so per week paid time off (5days) and 401k is through T Rowe Price and they have different options and mine has worked for me. 13 paid holidays a year.
The best thing is the opportunity for advancement.
offers good benefits no complaints
The best things are that after yo get laid off some of the benefits stays with you ,due to employment status(6months without Company employment)
PTO was ok but very inconsistent in their policy
Health care is subpar. Vision coverage is good
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