In addition to paid vacation days, holidays, and sick days, Freeman Webb employees can earn 4 additional paid days off per year for full time employees. Freeman Webb believes the safety and wellness of our employees is of the utmost importance, so our Safety and Wellness Days are awarded to promote these ideals. We require the staff at each property to hold weekly safety meetings. All employees are to report any unsafe conditions on their properties, and the managers are responsible for correcting any unsafe conditions that they are aware of as soon as possible. Safety Days are awarded based on the six (6) month period that the employee goes without a work-related injury. These days are awarded provided that the staff has held, documented, and reported its weekly safety meetings to the Freeman Webb Safety Director. Freeman Webb awards Wellness Days to full time employees who use less than 8 hours of paid or unpaid sick leave during the award period.
Highly affected take home pay but great benefits!
The cost per paycheck.
Cost for insurance without dependent coverage is unbelievably affordable, but the premiums hike drastically when you add dependents. As someone who has primary insurance already this is a nice secondary plan. The insurance is fine if you're not accident prone or frequently fall ill, but if you require more than the 1-2 checkups a year, the out of pocket cost can become sizable.
They recently switched insurances (May 2016). I have had a terrible time trying to find anywhere that accepts the insurance. Plus prescriptions went up as well. I really hope they do something about this before next year. The time off is decent, however i wish you could "borrow your time" before the end of the year. Having it be added per check makes it so most employees can only take vacations at the end of the year.
Wish there was more of a discount for living on site. Health benefits are great.
What's good? They offer some insurance. What's bad? It's expensive and doesn't cover anything.
Big on "perks" like random meals etc.
Meds cost more than retail med help programs. High deductables and nothing applies. Cheap cost though.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.