They give you several options including a free healthcare option which works just fine for regular doctor's visits etc. it actually covers quite a lot. The dental options there are several and it does not take a lot out of your paycheck.
Employee contribution cost reduces based on tenure.
Work/Life balance is not the best.
So far I like the benefits package. medical, dental 401k and so on.
Great benefits overall. The fact that you can’t have an actual service animal is crazy, it’s an apartment, people have their dogs in the office all the time.
full bnefits, health, dental, vision, 401k, life insurance
Time Off: 10 sick days/year that can accumulate up to 520 hours (65 days). 10 vacation days per year for first 3 years, then vacation increases at 3 years (15 days), 5 years (20 days), 10 years (25 days). Birthday is a separate paid day off. 10 paid holidays. Benefits after 30 days. 3 tiers of medical to choose from- base plan for the individual is free! discounts after 3 years, and after 5 years the premium tier for the individual is free. To add dependents is a bit pricey, but discounts are applied to those plans as well after 3/5 years. 2 dental plans, a PPO and DMO, and a vision plan. Life Insurance paid by company equal to your yearly earnings- you can opt to pay for more. Minimum of one paid day spent volunteering in the community per year (We have done 2 so far this year). 401K after 6 months and being 21+ years of age. Greystar contributes fifty cents for every dollar you contribute to the plan - up to the first five (5) percent of pay you contribute. 50% vested after 1 year, 100% after 2 years. Have added pet insurance through Nationwide. Optional legal assistance benefit. Many additional, optional benefits available but none that I have chosen to take advantage of.
Advancement Opportunities after 6 months of employment.
Free health care package
The company benefits are market competitive.
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