Great health and dental benefit package.
The benefits were below average. Fraser utilizes a 401b instead of a 401k. PTO was very little.
They had a benefits package at all.
PTO was decent, especially given that this was an entry level position. Health insurance was good. 401k was average.
PTO is given for sick days, vacation, and holidays so it needs to be used planfully.
Great PTO allowance, 403(b) contribution by employer
Low pay coupled with high premiums, deductibles, and copays meant that about half of my income was going to healthcare- even though my kid qualified for MA and MN Care most of the time I worked there. PTO was the low end of average for the industry. Unsure about a 401k, never made enough money to bother to look into it.
The PTO policy is rough. You only gain one day of PTO per pay period (two weeks).
Best thing was 248 hours of PTO. Worst thing was never being able to take it, and losing it when you leave.
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