The insurance used to be great. Changes were made and went downhill.
There's a 401K where they match so many percent. Insurance has an extremely high deductible.
Great PLT bank and hours accrue fast
Overall the benefit package is average. The wages I think were average to just below average. The insurance was at a fair price.
I love the 5 weeks of PLT!
The costs are astronomical and nothing is covered. You are encouraged to hold off on seeking care to save the company money "in their pot" as they are a self funded provider which benefits Crossroads by employees not seeking healthcare. They make you feel bad for using your healthcare "you need to learn to shop for cheaper providers and only get MRI's after waiting to see if your possibly broken arm feels better later".
Health insurance is a little pricey for all family insurance. Lots of benefits and perks with this company.
Excellent vacation benefit of 5 weeks per year, choice of health plans, free life insurance- amount based on your annual salary, cell phone reimbursement, mileage rate adjusted twice a year, dental, vision, short and long term disability plans available
Benefit package was nice and completely paid for the employee. Now it is paid for by the employee.
Crossroads Recently Cut their benefits. The plans on health.gov are twice as better. They own their own health insurance company, and lots of people are quiting because of it. I thought the changes were going to be bad but not this bad. Vacation is pretty good its 10% of your earned time but you have to use it for 6 holidays, sick time, etc. They even make you use it if your are prego, before Short term kicks in. So it really isn't 5 weeks but its still a lot. If you need benefits, keep looking. No rewards for referring unless you are a marketer. Christmas bonus was axed. A lot of sites report favoritism and usually upper management has weird groups and loyalties. It often staggers growth. Still using paper, lots of paper, all sorts of disciplines asking to do consents, and consents are huge packets that are confusing and staff muddles through usually.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.