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“not fully vested until year 5, 3% match”
“$99/per pay period. $2500 deductible. They contribute $20 per pay period to your HSA.”
“It's 3 weeks of basically however you want to use it. This is the only benefit that's actually standard in the industry.”
Good benefits as per induatry standards
Minimal health and PTO benefits
Colorado has a new law this year that changes how sick leave works and the accrual rate. Dish did nothing to account for this. You have one PTO bank that includes everything and you barely get 1 day of vacation / month. You also get the bare minimum about of Holidays. 401k - 3% match but you aren't fully vested until year 5 (20% vested / year). Bare minimum health insurance packages.
Below average 401k match and health benefits.
Pretty good benefits package for the amount of hours put in.Pretty fair for an entry level position.Overall not bad
Only 1 health plan available for all employees
Health insurance is fairly expensive in tech, I think it's $99 per pay period - so either $200 or $300 per month. Deductible is 2500 and they literally pay nothing until you hit it. 401k match is low for telecom at 50% match up to 6% - which means they only contribute 3% total. Free TV is great, but that's also valued at like $150/month so doesn't actually matter. Benefits are definitely not a reason anybody would work at DISH.
All the categories are covered but benefits are not stellar
Costly health dental and vision for limited coverage
The Dish healthcare plan was not good while I was there, it had a high deductible, although some people like that as it gives access to HSA.
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