Medical/Dental/Vision/PTO was great Poor bonus structure given
The full time employees have better health insurance than the part time. Part times have to pay out of pocket.
Great benefits, 401k, PTO, Great vision, dental, and medicare. The benefits range to help fit all needs for you and your family.
Health,payed vacation,pay for sick leave , 401k,Dental
With the benefits program it takes a month or so for it to really kick in.
Some small in house perks, food discounts, game cards and such. Other benefits are expensive unless you actually get full time hours.
No benefits for hourly workers except vacation or sick pay and it’s 1 hour for every 40 hours worked which is like 2 hours a month for average workers
The company pays very competively and offers a very generous bonus program. It's hard work but it pays off if you can stick with it and perform.
Benefit package is fair, I've had better. It's better if you're full time versus part time. Accumulation of personal time is about average also. I have yet to invest in the 401k. Their development program is better than my previous employers.
No benefits for regular employees. Had an employee contribution network.. but never heard of anyone ever being able to use it.
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