Free basic healthcare after 30 days, affordable eye, dental, and even pet insurance. After 5 years, the premium insurance is also free, but the only difference between the two is the deductible. Even the basic is awesome. 80 hours of vacation AND another 80 hours of sick time. 120 hours total PTO. Plus, 2 floating holidays.
free insurance for employee, 401k is ok not 100%
Great pto,health benefits and 401k
Health, dental, vision and 401k were good. I was able to accrue PTO, but couldn’t utilize it. When I was maxed out (at 240 hours) I was denied taking PTO because CM and RM couldn’t handle a simple owner visit. Almost every time I took ant PTO(1-3 days), I was written up upon my return. I made sure service requests were completed, make ready up to date and even took pics of make ready status board before leaving and I still got written up because the manager didn’t enter current info into software. Typical
Paid Time Off is the best. Commission paid is weak. Employee discount is offered but discouraged.
Insurance and 401K are good - free personal insurance after 5-years
Maternity/Paternity benefits are SEVERELY lacking, and by lacking I mean non-existent. I realize the U.S. is one of the worst countries for parental leave benefits, but as a company that prides itself on being focused on its employees, this is an area where Greystar has really dropped the ball in a major way.
The health care and vacation package is by far the best I have received in a 15+ year career.
The best thing about the benefits package at Greystar is that I can include my family, even my spouse. The worst thing would be the first few months of the year when you are paying down your deductable.
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List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.