At Fred Finch Youth Center (FFYC), we offer the following benefits.
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Kaiser is offered along with chiropractic and acupuncture services. You get maternity leave but in order to get paid, you have to file for disability leave. The agency gives each employee a paid flexible spending account worth $2500 each year and will match up to 6% for 401K.
Ample paid time off; up to 6% match for retirement; super competitive health coverage in all plans offered; access to discounted and free services like gym memberships and legal assistance through insurance companies and EAP; main campus offers free weekly yoga
Kaiser benefits are generally good, but were better before they switched to using a "Benny Card," which has made things confusing, possibly more costly, and HR is far from helpful, kind, or understanding when trying to sort things out, adding insult to injury at times. The agency offers an amazing (up to) 6% match for 401K contributions. You can set aside pre-tax $$ for commute (public transit - can change month to month), healthcare & dependent care (pick the amount at the start of the fiscal year), and they make all that easy. Terrible holiday package - I think there are only 8(?) paid holidays. You have to take PTO for the day after Thanksgiving, and same with Xmas and New Years. Once you've been there for awhile, you earn a fair amount of PTO per paycheck, thank goodness (I earn 7 hours every 2 weeks for a 35 hour work week). No *paid* maternity leave, but they help you figure out the PFL and disability through the government.
FFYC pays the vast majority of the base health insurance package that they offer to employees that work 30 - 40 hours/week
The PPO plan cost too much for both health and dental. Really expensive to have family insurance. Kaiser insurance is well priced and if you're ok with Kaiser and taking insurance just for yourself, it is affordable and good. Best is vacation time starts at 4 weeks and increases when you reach 3 years!!
Company wide benefits change frequently from year to year, causing need to change providers. Ability to earn PTO is a plus, however difficult to take extended vacations due to the nature of the job. HR department is VERY VAGUE on your benefits and require employees to do hefty legwork on their own to utilize benefits...
401k (403b) match at 6% is great, vesting only after 2 years not so great. PTO equivalent to 21 days/year is great, but not when it includes all sick days/personal days/vacation days/birthday. PTO should be just PTO. The other stuff is extra. A flexible schedule is worth its' weight in gold- thank you! Health insurance was great until the benni-card system came along. AWFUL. Go back to the old regular insurance system & stop confusing everyone, including every receptionist in every department at Kaiser. If the insurance costs more, take it out of the executive staff's salary, or perhaps out of the extraneous, unnecessary consultant costs. Paid maternity/paternity leave would be a forward-thinking, competitive benefit to offer (there are other companies in the Bay Area FF could take a cue from on this).
approx 100/mo for young single male with no dependents
Employee's health insurance is not fully covered by company, but you can add your dependents for additional money. There is a 401K with a 6% match
The best thing about FFYC's benefit package is the ability to flex hours and work from home at times. The worst thing is that you have to use your personal vehicle for work but you get mileage reimbursement, however my car requires a higher grade of gas than regular which is more money out of my pocket.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.