Current and former employees report that Electronic Merchant Systems provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“too costly and only 6 paid holidays per year”
I like the healthcare benefits.
A standard benefits package with vacation time added after one year of service.
costly insuramce and only 6 holidays per year
Benefits are good, but the out of pocket expense is a little high. But that is how things are with health care coverage. 401K is great with a vesting schedule that is very employee centered.
Customer Service Representative
Does anyone here work for Fidelity? I saw that there are a bunch of customer service positions open and I don't know if it's somewhere that would fairly easy for someone with just 1 year of experience. I need to change where I'm at, but not sure how big of a company is really gonna hire me when I'm so new to things.
EMS is a Really great company to work for. The benefit package is good there is a lot of co-pays though… It’s not the best out there but it is pretty good and they’re a great company to work for a lot of cold calling but that comes with being in that type of sales. But overall EMS is a great company to work for.
Electronic Merchant Systems response
What a wonderful Surprise! Your words of encouragement make us feel proud of what we do. Our objective is that every new employee that walks through our doors is able to have a similar experience.
You have to wait 5 years for the company to pay for your benefits and they encourage you to purchase health insurance that is way out of your budget.
With the ability to operate nationally, the benefit comes with being able to essentially vacation anywhere, anytime, and still technically be able to gain clients. This makes a huge difference in the work/life balance considering what you get out of it, is what you put in.
Yes, the offer benefits after 90 days of employment, but the coverage is mediocre and very expensive. If you do not understand something about the benefits, don't expect HR to answer any questions or help you because they are absolutely clueless. Sure they give you paid personal time at the beginning of the year, but if you use it, it counts against you.
After 90 days you can receive benefits but they don’t train you so everything you have to teach yourself
Health insurance is unaffordable. They're upfront about it though, when interviewed they suggest you be covered under someone else's policy. Paid holidays are the absolute minimum.