Excellent on all fronts.
You are not entitled to any benefits unless you can score a long term assignment. There used to be tax benefits but that was taken away several years ago. Now the Feds are following suite.
Eberl's does offer benefits in the line of 401K and health insurance. I will state that the insurance has been impacted negatively due largely to the impact of the Affordable Health Care Act.
There is no benefits package at Eberls it is all contract labor.
They offer a good 401K, but otherwise there are no benefits. They offer excellent pay on a day-to-day basis. They're a large, reliable employer who will pay you as agreed without fail.
They offer benefits - most IA companies don't.
As an independent, I don't expect much. They do have a 401k though, so you can put away tax free money. They don't match anything of course. You can put away tax free money for health care too. If you give up 5% of your pay you can get insurance if you're hurt on the job and probably some other perks in there. Yeah, it's not much, but you'll make way more money than an staff adjuster if you work hard.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.