I really liked all thw benifits they offered but i really did not like that i had yo be full time to get any of the benifits they did offer.
there are no benefits
I am not very sure about this because I only worked part time. In my opinion, the benefits package should be pretty decent I believe because if you are working full time, you are expected to get everything. Therefore, you should be good on this.
Pretty normal coverage at 80% covered, but HIGH premiums and deductibles.
Company does not offer competitive 401K matching. Pay raises are non-existant. Health insurance offered is basic and the cost is high.
After working for 90 full days you become eligible to sign up for Medical, dental, and vision Benefits. It is very expensive, and for the price you pay, it don't seem to cover much at all.
the best thing is that they were very flexible whenever an issue came up and they had someone to cover for you most of the time. the worst thing was the night shifts when the supervisors would sometimes give you more workload than what your responsibility was.
Standard (very good) corporate health insurance. Nothing unusual/amazing though. Would get this at most any big company.
The company recently implemented a 401(k) match but at $0.25 on the $1, it isn't very competitive
They have a variety of benefits on paper, but here's the catch: -After 90 days you become eligible for benefits -After 30 days following signing up for benefits you are actually covered -Medical coverage, especially for your spouse, if you even get any, is absolutely terrible, and 95% of the time could never be worth the cost -Every bit of paid vacation, sick days, and personal days you are allowed, except for 1 sick day nobody tells you about after your initial 90 days, only becomes available on January 1st of the following year -Many sites have a turnover rate of over 100%, and the SeaTac rate for 2015 was 400%, meaning that employees almost never get to take any of those vacation, sick, or personal days they are promised Compared to the Seattle city government benefits where you get complete 100% medical coverage for yourself and your spouse at $100 per month, over $400 a month for a massive deductible and 50-80% coverage is a sick joke. No employee shy of management could meet those deductibles without going broke in the process.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.