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“high deductible and out of pocket”
“5% by the company regardless of employee participation”
401K benefit is very good
FMI has a very strong 401k package, statistics show it is in the top 30% as far as contributions from the company. They also pay the medical coverage for the employee, and have paid maternal and paternal leave policies, paid PTO, etc...
Ok package, could have offered certain specific benefits for certain uses. Overall a lot of improvement can be made to this area
I love the amount of coverage options we have. Medical coverage is a bit less quality than what I'm used to, but it's still comparatively good. We have a great team in charge of selecting benefits. My favorite is the 401k; the matching is a great plus.
401k are the best I have seen in the market place. Health insurance is 100% paid by the company, for the employee, which is incredible but the co-pays are a little high.
FMI trusts that you will meet your deliverables and doesn’t require you to track time off like many companies. They also will match (up to a percentage) your 401(k) contribution. A negative is the high deductible health care plan.
Medical insurance cost to employee increased substantially in 2016.
10% 401k match is incredible, no match required. 10 Vacation days is tough
Health Insurance plan is terrible. It's free for the employee, but nothing good after that. No telecommute options 401k match after 1 year?? How chintzy is that 2 weeks paid vacation? How chintzy is that.
Flexibility around time off and working arrangements is great once you've proven yourself.
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