Paid holidays off, Health insurance, sick leave, PTO, 401K matching program, short-term/ long-term disability, smart benefits, option to make up missed hours due to hazardous weather.
Benefits package were ok, got to select what benefits you wanted or not. Didn't have a good 401K plan, was told the company matched but ended up that you were matching yourself, they did not put any company money to match what you put in.
ok benefits, good working hours
401k match, Dental, Vision, and Health are all offered as optional packages, you also have the option of finding your own insurance. The insurance coverage is pretty decent depending on how much you want to pay out of your paycheck every 2 weeks. There is 3 different options each costing a different amount.
Medical and dental insurance that was very helpful.
There was coverage available for dental, vision, and health care, but it could've been better. In terms of vacation, it was almost impossible to get approved for time off.
The perks for full time employees were great. There was 401k matching, 2 weeks paid vacation, 1 week paid sick leave, and 8 hours of personal time. There was also dental, vision, and health care offered, but they didn't cover a lot.
10 Federal holidays, 10 vacations, and 5 sick days. 401k plan, but no match. Management always tried to give you the days off that you wanted.
Worst; Low job security and accommodation Positive: It covers 401K as well and health benefits and some paid vacation/sick days.
In the companies eyes, they offer a competitive Heath insurance plan. As dictated by HR, "we work closely with out partners to provide the best insurance for the price too our employees". If you are single the best medical plan with the lowest deductible will run close to 200/month out of pocket to the for the employee. If you happen to have a family the insurance jumps to almost 1000/month. Eye and dental and decent plans.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.