There isn't any benefits due to the position being a temporary job.
Benefits are basically non-existent. Supposedly there's a type of employee stock plan, but there's little to no ability to earn anything through it and they don't tell you how you can actually cash it out.
As a contract attorney benefits don't really vest until the 3rd month of a project.
They do not offer benefits to contract attorneys that I am aware of. They should treat their contract workers more professionally and not just be concerned about staffing a project.
They do not offer any benefit package at Hire counsel
I was not an employee long enough to benefit from any potential benefits.
The best thing is that projects usually happen on a regular basis, so there isn't much downtime without pay. The worst thing is that since it's a contract position, there are no benefits and we have to pay for parking in downtown Charlotte.
You receive money for referrals. However, the person you refer has to work many hours before you qualify for the referral money.
Temp agency, good assignments and pay well but not for perm placement. No benefits, but good to fill gPs while looking for regular full time.
Flexible hours, potential to work weekends if wanted
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.