I didn't receive benefits because I was part time but they did have a great health insurance program, PTO and 401K for full time employees
Too expensive, couldn't afford premiums.
no 401k matching you get what you put in
Company provides Three weeks paid time off and several options for health insurance, paid short term disability, provide matched 401k
Generous time off, Health care/flex spending account, optional life, disability, catastrophic insurance
A lot provided to employees.
Health ins should be better and more affordable
The health insurance is very expensive. I basically take the highest deductible which is as good as having no insurance. They do a wellness survey and plan that allows you "points" toward your health insurance. The points do lower the premium cost but it is still expensive. They also lump their PTO and sick time together. Which they are generous with for the first five years. I don't feel the increases are enough after you've been there five years. They also allow you to "bank" your PTO days from year to year but it will be a miracle if you get use them the next years after.
generous benefits lots of choices
None available to me so I can't get anything because I'm part time. There is no best thing about not having benefits.
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