The benefits package seems typical for this area. They do offer tuition reimbursement but must commit to 3 years or pay back.
High health care costs, limited health care coverage, poor time off amount, no company match/contribution on HSA or 401k
They give you the option of getting about $2 more per hour if you don't end up picking up the health insurance. The worst thing about that was how I was made to feel by my boss at the time for electing to take this option. As soon as I told her that this was what I wanted to do, her behavior toward me changed. Weird.
2-3 weeks paid vacation. Sick time. Personal time. and Massachusetts stick state (if you live there).
The best thing is it's logical and permanent
They had great prescription benefits, vacation and sick time packages and allow you to buy-out vacation time.
High deductible healthcare planes, vision and dental are good plans. They also offer up to $150 reimbursement for a gym membership if you go 10 times/month. They offer a good discount if you participate in preventative care. PTO is OK, but you can rarely use it because you will be asked to work the weekends to make up for patient care coverage. No raises in 2+ years.
the company does not match 401k. you can contribute as much as you want, if the company makes a good profit, they might give a 3%
Dental isn't bad. They offer Aflac which is a lifesaver, because their is no disability pay. Health insurance is astronomical and covers next to nothing. Holiday policy is average compared to other large companies. And if you have an issue with your benefits you're out of luck, you cannot contact Genesis Benefits - they did way with email and phone, You get a 3rd party company who has no clue of how anything works and will often just send you back to genesis, vicious cycle.
Health insurance and paid time off and vacation time and 401k and maternity leave and sick leave and bonusus included