With a career at FMCNA, you’ll be rewarded with competitive compensation and benefits including:
Lots of PTO offered. Make sure to use it.
The amount of PTO accrued is great but you can’t use your sick time while you’re out on maternity leave or unless you’re sick for 3 plus days so there really is no point to ESL since you can’t even use it. They need to come up with better benefits for maternity leave as well.
did not really offer anything that was worth getting. medical was expensive.
All benefits are good. They took away our choice of insurance . We now have to use the one they provide.
Limited benefit options available to hourly employees
wonderful benefit package and perfect for families
Health, vision, dental insurance offered at very expensive rate
The benefits package was pretty expensive to get decent coverage.
Only one option for health insurance. Only one option for dental insurance.
The benefits described in marketing materials and in training are nothing like what is actually offered. In my interview and in training I was promised a two tier "sign on"bonus. After 1 year I was to receive $1500 bonus sign on and after 2 years another $1500. After one year I went to my manager and asked about my sign on bonus for the one year. I was tol that I would need to provide my offer letter showing the documentation of the sign on bonus. The bonus was not documented on my offer letter. There were more than 4 people still working who I know were aware of the sign on bonus being offered in my interview, however all of them conveniently " forgot" it. I never received my sign on bonus. Time off is divided into vacation pay and sick pay. You never can take sick pay, unless for more than 3 days, or maternity leave, and when you leave you lose it, so it kind of is a joke, unless you use it for family leave. Vacation time is also a false benefit, when you are so understaffed you can not leave for vacation. I was subpoenad to testify in court as a witness, had to use vacation time and faced retaliation from co workers for this. I worked for 30 hours in 3 days, and had to submit a timecard showing 24 hours work, 16 hours vacation. When I asked for 10 hours comp time I was told that I received " generous compensation" throughout my employment. No, working 50 hours a week on a 40 hour salary thats under market value is not generous . These are the benefits reasons why I no longer am at this company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.