Crossover offers the opportunity to work remotely which is the best perk. It allows you to travel freely and work from wherever you choose! There are no time off accruals, when a partner needs a day off or would like to take a vacation/holiday they just reach out to their manager for approval. These days can be paid or unpaid, you just have to request either way. There are many benefits offered to hourly, US W2 employees. These include Humana health insurance, Principal dental and vision (through VSP), FSA, life insurance, and short and long term disability. There are also contractor positions. If in the US contractors are paid bimonthly, if somewhere else you are paid weekly through Payoneer Payment Systems. Contractors are responsible for their own taxes. Overall, I think Crossover offers good benefits as long as you are aware of what you are getting into. Do your research and ask questions before getting hired. Make them aware of any upcoming vacation or holidays.
There are no benefit packages at Crossover.
No benefits, they just give you money and don't offer anything beside that.
Only pay. No other perks
Crossover provides three tiered health packages through Humana. They also provide dental coverage with Principal Financial, 401K with Voya, and basic term life and AD&D insurance packages with Mutual of Omaha . There is no paid time off; however US employees get taxes deducted from our checks even though we are seen as "contractors." You must apply as a 1099 employee and give up your health benefits to avoid taxes being withdrawn from your earnings.
Company offers benefits for contract workers
There is no benefit package for full time contractors.
Found out that they have NO Benefits whatsoever nor vacation time. They expect you to put in your 40 hours and meet your deliverables and you do not get any time off. So I guess if you want time off to have a vacation you will need to make up your hours. They are looking to get the work done cheap and not invest in their employees. What a joke!
There ain't any benefit package at Crossover. Zero, Plain zero
Company declares some health insurance or sport club membership, but does not cover expenses (you buy it yourself, just for corporate price).
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