Health Insurance, 401K, Dental and Life are all present and good.
They had all the perks most employees would want with 401k, tuition help, paid time off maternity and paternity leave and many more
3 weeks of vacation, 7 sick days, 10 holidays, no bonus, no overtime, no gift cards, no Christmas party.
The company offers an inline time off package. However, this is negated by the low pay (given the degree requirement and the amount they are paying inadequately degreed personnel.... eliminating the underqualified but overpaid employees would enable New York to hire social work and social services employees, starting with the director). The health benefit is extremely bad (a company based out of New York and lacks choices of good to excellent health insurance). No opportunity to select, independently, other benefits such as dental, vision, hearing benefits. Once you take the job and look into insurance, you realize it is inadequate for the area. If health benefits are essential, you will quickly depart.
The benedit package isn’t good at all. You have to work 3 months before you can receive any benefits. So if you have a doctor’s appointment within the first 3 months it’s an unpaid sick day. There is only one health care plan you can use. If you resign they will not pay you out your vacation and sick time.
HELP USA definitely has great benefit packages. Although many are not unionized, the organization gives you a sense of security.
The health benefits & 401K are decent. I got the Core Medical and Enhanced Dental, which comes out to like $76 out of every paycheck. I have a $35 copay with EVERY visit. You get 3 personal days, 15 sick days, and you accrue 10 hours of vacation time every month.
Normal work experience at the corporate location
You are on a 6 month probation but once off the probation, you receive 7 sick day, vacation days are accumulative by 10 hrs every month after receiving 7 1/2 days until you've reached 2 weeks for the year. You also get 3 personal days.
You are not allowed to use your benefit package
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.