Best things are: 401k , pay raise from $8 to $10 per hours. Worst things: No medical coverage, took a long time for pay raise.
Benefits package lacks stock in the package
The benefits are used as leverage to push the sales philosophy. The insurance is expensive with high co-pays and low end coverage. Family coverage borders on being prohibitively expensive. There is open hostility to liberals/democrats.
They had decent benefits in terms of healthcare and otherwise. They tell you that there is a 60 day waiting period however the benefits don't kick in until the first of the month after 60 days of employment and they conveniently have you start at the beginning of the month so you actually wait about 90 days until you get benefits. One really great benefit is that you can go to school for free as an employee -- you do have to pay tax and for books but it's still a great benefit. In some positions you can earn work from home privileges but it's not easy to get there -- I think it's only the top 10% of employees that got to do that.
GCU offers a great benefits plan, very reasonable rates for health insurance, and generous paid time off.
The best is they are with Cigna. Great medical insurance!
High cost and misleading bonus structure.
Health insurance is less than great, but not terrible, the cost for the low end is close to 200 each paycheck for a family. Tuition benefits are AMAZING, and available not only for the employee, but also dependents.
Affordable coverage, pretty comprehensive, 401k, good time off policy, ability to attend courses for free, etc.
1 year waiting period for Dental coverage. 401K match is a joke (30 cents on the dollar). I've had better. It is something however.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.