The benefit package was excellent
healthcare gets worse every year. 401k has been good
The benefits package is pretty standard from what I've experience. While there could be a more dynamic health care program, the 401k matching is pretty generous and there are other perks like free TV service.
Paid time off would be okay if I didn't have to use it to make my schedule consistent. The medical benefits are bad. I might as well not have insurance because of the money out of pocket I have to spend. Having holidays off are a thing of the past. I get free tv service but I have to pay for the equipment. So my bill is higher than some of my customers bill.
Delay of eligibility, very high premiums
Very high deductibles but really good vision coverage.
The company just changed its absence policy so you get 40 hours of sick time that you borrow, and you accumulate PTO which is 3-4 hours per check and you max out at 40 hours. The HR person even said that our medical benefits are not very good. The only thing I signed up for was dental/vision since it was the cheapest and I had another provider for medical, though a lot of my peers have said that the medical is not worth the money. 401k is probably the most moderate. Company matches based on your time there. Pretty standard. If you have a line-of-sight for satellite you'll get a huge discount on the tv subscription, only paying for the fees for the actual receivers and DVR. Give you most of the channels and movie channels as well. Provide disability insurance as long as you work there longer than a year and sign up for it initially. Only a handful of days are holiday paid days and sometimes you are chosen to work on those days since we only get one day to close per site.
The benefits are mediocre at best. The worst part is the crappy health insurance that doesn't cover some basic needs. For a billion dollar company, I think they could offer better benefits, but they are cheapskates who craft benefits for the whole company as if everyone were call center employees.
Benefits are horrible, very high deductible health policy.
The insurance is relatively cheap, and what you get is exactly what you pay for. Full benefits don't start for 6 months after enrolling.
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