Great benefits package overall for Full Time employee's.
Full Sail is always looking for ways to show staff appreciation through other local businesses in the area. When you first start at Full Sail, it's easy to feel empowered about what is happening on the campus but everything is about numbers. When you first start as an employee, you do not have any time off benefits. Once you have worked for six months, you will receive 3 sick days and 5 vacation days, and then once you have worked for a year, you are eligible for a week of sick days and a week of vacation days. The pay is low compared to other universities in the area. You are eligible for a 401K after a year, and Full Sail will consider you fully vested after 6 years.
Good benefits overall, medical dental, etc. and many employee perks
The health & dental is available after 60 days after hire on the 1st of the month. The 401k takes places after 12 months of employment and they offer free tuition as well.
There was good health coverage and good 401 k.
401k, medical and dental, there is an option to receive an extra day off if you take a physical through your insurance l.
Good vacation days, with usual gifted week off during the month of December. Insurance plan had decent co-pays and doctors.
Very expensive health insurance - outrageous for families!
401k is easy to move your investments to high/low risk yourself. Health benefits recently changed companies and increased prices. PTO became 15 days instead of 10 PTO and 5 sick days. 4 extra PTO are given as gifts during Christmas week
Health Insurance Expensive. 401K not the best in the industry.
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