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“Good plan and good match”
“Too high deductible and out of pocket makes it unusable. ”
“Year 1 is accrued from date of hire. Beginning January of Year 2 your total vacation allowance is available in a bank.”
Great benefits, 401k, health plan, family oriented, flexible schedule
paid 1 dollar per mile
The benefits (Medical, Dental,etc.) offered are awesome. They had a great vacation policy too.
4 weeks vacation as a new hire, $84 per paycheck for a family of 3 for medical, dental (which covers adult orthodontia) , and vision, stock grants and appreciation rights, flexible modified 9/80 work schedule, 90% tuition reimbursement and 75% textbook and supplies reimbursement
It's always stocked with multiple choices of snacks and drinks. Chips, chocolate bars, nuts, sodas, juices, water. All for free
I was hired on as a contractor for a Full-time position, so the benefits package is pretty bad. The company medical benefits were expensive on average taking out $400 per month from my paycheck to cover that.
EOG got rid of Flex Dollars but remedied it with new insurance plans.
EOG has impressive benefits. Matching 401(k) up to 6%. Starting vacation is three weeks. Generous flex dollars to help pay for health, eye, dental, life, and disability insurances. Employee stock purchase plan.
Health insurance coverage is widely accepted and affordable, although deductibles are a bit high. Vacation time is reasonable. No sick time allotment.
Global challenge bioscreen wellness incentives
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