Current and former employees report that Ensighten provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Aetna is a pain to work with. Providers struggle to get paid, and several have stopped billing Aetna. Also, the October-September plan year is confusing and causes a ton of mistakes and extra effort.”
“Work from home, three days a week. And more if you really need it.”
Great benefits package, excellent insurance, matching retirement, flexible PTO and holidays schedule, work remote ability as well, for a small company this package rivals larger orgs
The company has a good working environment.
The best thing about benefits at Ensighten is the change to work from home, and it brings a healthy work life balance.
No 401K. best part is they allow work from home when ever you need to do. Some people also work from home for a week.
Technical Account Manager
Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
The company offers a fair bit of PTO and includes health, dental and vision insurance at very low rates and is also flexible about working from home
Work from home was good and the snacks. No bonuses, no increments. Lie about vacation days you have.
Worst thing - medical "plan year" is October-September, but deductible and benefits accrue January-December. As a result, there is a ton of confusion about making claims and getting reimbursements. I've had at least 6 claims rejected because the group number changed in October, but some system or another (provider or Aetna) didn't account for that. They all got paid in the end, but it was wasted days on my part getting it all cleaned up. And this happened in 3 different years, despite very clearly giving the updated group number to the doctor or on the claim form.
Good perks! Free snacks, fruit baskets!
Medical 100% paid for but company doesn't contribute towards dental or vision. No 401K match yet - only IRA match. 10 days of vacation + 5 days sick time. Not a lot of paid holidays (no Christmas Eve, no New Years eve)
Didn't have to pay a dime for health insurance which was a big perk. The only negative thing is that they don't offer many of the benefits of other startups like catered lunches, gym membership, etc. But that wasn't a big deal for me.