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“Health insurance is VERY expensive, you’d be better off buying it outside what First Service offers.”
“Company offers multiple vacation, sick, personal and flex availability for associates, along with holidays throughout the year. ”
“The maximum FirsService will contribute is 2.4%.”
Considering the difficulties with finding affordable benefit plans for employees, FirstService Residential pulls through every year with comparable packages and prices.
Standard package, nothing fancy.
Great plans and overall benefits.
401K match below average compare to competitors. Health Insurance is VERY expensive you are better off buying it outside the company.
Great health insurance, everything included! Makes it a great company to work for
Overall scope of benefits is good, but there are no affordable PPO options (the only reasonable medical coverage was through Kaiser Permanente)
Great 401K, PTO. Loved having an HSA
For the California health care options, I am very impressed. I have a no-deductible, good coverage/low co-pay HMO (Kaiser) plan that’s been a dream. I can custom create the perfect insurance plan with many additional coverages like short term disability, life insurance, etc. Dental and vision don’t have a lot of options, and I’d like better coverage for dental, but overall I’m pleased with what I get for what I pay. Also, those who are part of the wellness plan get a further deduction of their insurance. Vacation time gets better the longer you stay, but you start with the standard 2 weeks. I have more sick time than I’ll ever need, but I do know that parents who stay home with their sick child(ren) in addition to using their sick days for their own illnesses are less inclined to agree. The personal day, voting time off, volunteer hours are just small extra perks. The 401K ends up being a 2.4% match; all other places I previously worked were 2% or less. Not shabby, but not impressive either. BUT any 401k is better than no match at all, so I’m not complaining. I know this is not the case for hourly employees, but as a community manager, I’ve enjoyed flexible work hours (within reason of course) and the ability to work from home occasionally. There are great employee referral bonuses. As a manager, we get additional benefits including but not limited to: client referral bonuses, client retention (100% club) bonus, fee increase incentives come budget time, cell phone reimbursement, and the ability to get additional pay when you spend time doing things outside of the contract as a billable extra. They also help support my professional development by covering costs for my credentialing and continuing education classes.
Company provides an extensive benefits packaging, ranging from multiple vacation, sick and personal days, creating work/life balance. In addition, tiered options for medical and dental, making it affordable for all associates.
Little to no selection. Copay is expensive, outofnetwork options are very little.
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