Time off is great. Benefits are confusing. 401k matching went down from 6 percent to 4
In-bound and out-bound calls. Just not for me.
They have health, dental, and vision after 90 days. The health insurance is still pretty pricey for decent coverage. Then there is 401k after a year. There is also education assistance, but I never knew anyone who used it.
It costs too much...the deductibles are too high...and the coverage sucks. They no longer offer vacation or sick time.
no school benefits or repayment ptogram
Health benefits are ridiculously expensive compared to the average paycheck of each employee, sometimes a third or more.
Company matches up to 8% in 401k investments, paid vacation up to 10 days per year once eligible
Low quality health benefits no employer contribution but they do match 401K contributions at 100% up to 6%.
Vacation and sick days are paid, amount of each depends on tenure. 401k provided with annual announcement of whether matching percentages will go up or stay the same based on company performance, cheap vision, dental, and life insurance. But health insurance is either bare basics and expensive or a fancy insurance that is even more expensive. Raises annually based on performance, monthly opportunities to earn bonuses based on performance. Tuition reimbursement for business majors.
I really didn't take advantage of the benefits package