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“It was barely better than no insurance.”
“Minimal PTO days (Christmas Eve was half-a-day, New Year's eve was half-a-day... then only a couple of other actual holidays.) PTO was not equal with other companies of this same size. ”
“You will receive 50% off after 90 days, but Dr.'s treatment is bad work”
Nothing. Loves all of it
No 401k match, no sick time, PTO is not competitive.
Mediocre at best. Dental insurance is non-existent. The office says "go to any dentist" any dentist tells you "If you were actually a member of the office staff I could discount you... but..." The people I know with kids actually paid more for braces and other services than most patients.
Multiple health plans, HSA, vision, 401k, dependent care savings, disability, life insurance, pto
The dental insurance is free and Great Coverage. Multiple health benefit packages to choose from.
PTO is only two weeks unless you become a manager. No sick time. Healthcare is over-priced. Dental is a discount, not insurance, and is not comprehensive. No 401k match.
Decent health insurance options, complimentary dental care for self and dependents (very hard to use though because there's never time allotted for employee appointment). 401k is not matched and 2 weeks PTO annually up to the 7 year mark is a bit stingy in my opinion.
Great place to work with great benefits
They offer 401k, no company match. However, you can choose a Roth IRA. They also have HSA options available under the medical plan options.
Insurance, pto, 401k, paid holidays
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