Best is the number of choices and price points. Worst.... is the contribution amounts
Best - Four weeks paid time off beginning the first year! Nothing negative about the benefits.
Competitive pay and great support from supervisors
Better to use the ACA offerings
Comprehensive packages, affordable options, optional coverages, 401k, generous paid time off. The benefits package is one of the best offered.
There are no benefits for behavior interventionist. They only provide you with gas money if you traveling from a client to another client's house.
Paid holidays is good. You have to wait 90 days before you can start receiving health benefits which sucks.
The company started matching their 403(b) up to 3% which is nice. Provided health insurance has very high deductibles.
The best part about the insurance is that by participating in self care activities you can earn wellness points which deduct a substantial amount from cost of their insurance. The worst thing? The cost of their insurance without the wellness points deduction.
generous time off, great benefits with medical and dental