Homesite offers terrific benefits to our employees. Benefits include 401(k) match, pet insurance, tuition reimbursement, 529 College Savings Plan, matching gift programs, partly subsidized health club memberships. We also have free pizza/salads on Friday!
Benefits and accumulating PTO starts day 1. Decent hourly. Lots of extra perks like catered meals, perk points and a great working environment
Best is that you have choices for what best fits your individual families needs
Homesite is growing very fast, and as such, their benefits are getting better, but not up to the same level as the top insurance employers yet. Health (strength) = Two different plans; competitively and reasonably priced. 401k (below average) = Matched 50% for the first 5% (essentially a 2.5% dollar for dollar match), fully vested at 3 years. This was changed from the original 5 year vesting schedule. Still, match is low and vesting a little too long. I would like to see this matched at least 4%-5% dollar-for-dollar and vesting to immediate or 1-2 years like other companies. PTO (average) = It depends on tenure and pay grade, but roughly 20 days with 7 holidays. Better than some industries, but about 3-4 days less than other insurance firms (Liberty Mutual, MassMutual, John Hancock). Tuition Reimbursement (strength) = Reimburses 80% of tuition costs, up to $5,000 for undergrad and $10,000 for graduate school. Employees can participate in the program after working for 6 months. Work From Home (strength) = Really embraces work from home. The office is packed on Monday to begin the week, but as assignments and deliverables are known, the company has no issues with people flexing their work location. Paternity Leave (average) = Happy to see Homesite is adopting paternity leave like other companies, but would like to see more than 2 weeks (which is also the same for maternity leave). I would recommend to bring this up to 1-2 months.
401k, life insurance, good health insurance programs, perks and discounts.
The insurance wasn't too helpful. It was low cost with super high deductible and pretty much didn't take care of anything if you were a moderately healthy person.
insurance, 401k and PTO are pretty standard.
Overall benefits package is good.
The benefits weren't very well explained at any point during my time working there. I had to learn their uses on my own and the health insurance plan I received wasn't useful unless you had a catastrophic medical issue. Dental and vision were both mediocre as well.
its all based on your monthly revenue. But the only type of calls you get on the inbound phone que are rental calls. Which average about $300 a year. Try hitting $120,000 a month quota
Work from home is the only benefit that was worth putting up with worthless management
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