We believe in the support of our team member’s total wellbeing because our teams are the heart, soul and mind of FairWarning. We are committed to providing great benefits, challenging assignments, a supportive work/life balance, and a fun environment where you can celebrate success and just simply be yourself. Our goal is to provide a rewarding place to work financially and experientially.
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“Health Insurance is great, they pick up a large portion”
“They have Vanguard and they went with the inexpensive cost option so there isn't a lot of choice. The 4% match is OK but it is not industry standard.”
Great benefits package, including a price range for everyone.
401K matching, paid holidays, PTO, and vacation are standard. When you reach 5 years of service they give you an extra week of vacation which is awesome!
Good : Reduced Healthcare Insurance, 4% match on 401k, Vacation and PTO Cons: Bad Eye Insurance, PTO can only be taken for "Sick Reasons"
Best thing is 401K match up to 4% that is fully vested from first day you can contribute.
Excellent benefits package. Comparable/better than similar sized companies in the area and industry. New parental leave is great and very progressive.
Great benefits package including 401k
I'm not using the company's health insurance package, so I can't rate it, but the company does offer matching for their 401(k). Lots of perks for the employees, such as an annual field day and monthly "Young Minded Professionals" events with a range of different events off-site. The PTO is fine, but the one down side I would say is only two weeks vacation (you get a third week after five years), which seems below the industry average.
Good Health Care. Matching 401K. PTO & Vacation is standard.
Health insurance is OK. Cheap if insuring yourself, very pricey for a family. 401K is very good. 4% company match which vests immediately. Decent amount (22 days) of time off, broken out into 10 vacation days and 12 PTO days. They have this ridiculous rule that the 12 PTO days cannot be used for recreational purposes (ie as vacation) so it has to be used for medical appointments, "home closing session" and the like. Chief Culture Office (owner's wife) exhorts managers to challenge the employees and enforce this rule. Don't try to attach PTO to a holiday or to a vacation day, or try to use PTO on a Friday and Monday of the same weekend. Essentially 55% of your time off if not useable if you are in good health and are not closing on a house, doing home improvements or have to see a lawyer or something like that. Of course there is more than one way to skin a cat but that level of micromanagement is so exhausting and counter productive.
You cant use your PTO or sick days when you want. Have to use Vacation days to do anything personal.
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