Wellness program for discounts on insurance. Workouts offered at the office on lunch times. Quarterly update meetings with the exec team.
Pretty good benefits ranging from health and dental insurance. Also small perks within the office like free lunches, paid time off, etc.
I'm just a college student, all I want is health insurance and I get it for a decent price. They give you a discount if you work on certain wellness activities, which is pretty nice. Also you get decent Paid Time Off. The one gripe I have is the Flexible Time Off - the minimum requirement is two hours but if it could be modified to include just one hour that would be great.
Insurance is pretty good for me, but costs a lot for some people with families. You get the regular basic paid holidays, nothing great. 401k is 100% vested, which is quite nice. Sick time as required by law, they don't do any extra. Vacation time is pretty weak, they improved it slightly recently by giving more days the longer you have been there, but it is still less than what I have had at other companies. They do not offer a way to buy an extra week of vacation time, as I have seen other companies do. I have always been told to go get training, but when I bring up a class it suddenly is too expensive, so I haven't actually seen that benefit.
Really have no complaints. The health benefits are top notch with a variety of plans to choose from. Time off is granted if you put in for it in advance and it doesn't interfere with company objectives, 401 plans are available along with other incentives .
I don't use the insurance but there were several plan options that I would have happily used had I needed them. The company offers a small math in the 401(k) contributions, which I have never had before from an employer.
401k match is decent and health insurance is ok
Great benefits! It's the best benefits I've ever had
It was ok. Nothing to exciting to share here. Typical job with 401k, incentives on performance, etc
Standard benefits apply here at Greatcall. They never go the extra mile it is always the same story though. Over and over again.