The benefits package is so good its worth staying for even with the lower pay.
Benefits are fairly good. Company matches for 401. week vacation, week personal to start off. Paid holidays, but because of the industry it is not uncommon you may windup working anyway.
They offer 401K after 1,000 hours of work hours which is great.
Great amount of PTO and vacation time, only downfall is how long you must be with the company in order for the time to increase. Company provides TWO retirement plans!
The ability to set my own schedule was a potential positive if there had been enough shifts available, but there weren't.
The medical plan is very good; however prescription plan is awful. It is a generic plan ($10.00 copay for 3 months); however a brand name drug has a $150 copay for 3 months and brand name, non-preferred has a $200.00 copay for 3 months! Very expensive; especially if you are on more than one maintenance medication. Generic is fine; but all of the newer advanced drugs on the market are classified as non-preferred, brand name. The plan also is starting to decline coverage for many drugs. What is a sick person to do?
Benefits for raters not likely.
strong health care benefits, including dental, vision, flexible spending account, 403a with a modest match, tuition reimbursement
Since it was a part time job, there were no benefits at all. It was all online, work in four or eight hour shifts, and got paid every two weeks through direct deposit.
There are no benefits except a 503B
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