I think the benefits that were offered were of top quality.
This company is new in the area so they are trying out a lot of great programs and benefit plans that will surely grow over the years. Not only does full time staff receive healthcare and 401k plan, but they are also starting to make programs for people who want to train new aides and get compensated. They are also willing to pay for partial education (see H.R. for details). Staff who are not full time cannot receive benefits or 401k plans. Full time employees can receive all benefits (from my benefits*) but they must work for 90 days to receive. Most of all registration is online.
Offers 401k with 6% company match. Health benefits are through Anthem BCBS. While there are discount programs (for example: service with Verizon) and an EAP, there is no tuition reimbursement for anyone except nurses and the price for the health care plans is high with high deductibles. As well your vacation time doesn't start until you've been employed for one full year. Benefits do not begin until you've been employed for one month and you are enrolled after the first of each month.
Variety f packag s available
.5% for each 1% income placed into 401k met by company
Benefits are decent but costly. No tution assistance but a number of other benefits are available.
Benefits options were not well communicated.
it was a a great benefits program at the time. all the bells and whistles excpet not no smuch with reimbursement for continuing ed
Ok benefits package. Its an ordinary package.
Annual review for raise is not one year anniversary, but actually one year from 90-day initial review.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.