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“Earlier Imagine Learning did not put a limit on sick time, which was nice. Recently they changed that to be part of the PTO package, which is fine, but the former option was a nice to have.”
“They used to allow unlimited sick time, but cautioned that this might go away if abused. It went away, and they added time to PTO time for sick time. ”
“They do have a matching 401k which I think has been good”
The benefits package at Imagine Learning is good overall. I appreciate the contributions that the company makes. The best thing about the package is that the company is always striving to make it better. They take feedback from employees and make changes over time when possible. I wish the 401k plan was better.
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The benefits package at Imagine Learning is good because they match 401K contributions, contribute to health savings accounts and have great health insurance options,
Good insurance and time-off offering.
They do have high deductible plans, but their bonus payout is abysmal. My employment offer stated 15%, but only saw a couple hundred dollars. 401k match is very low. Sick and holiday is lumped together. Lots of snacks, with about 15% being healthy snacks.
The HSA contributions from the company are super generous and helpful. They take great care of us with our benefits package.
Imagine Learning has competitive benefit packages and I have been very pleased with them. The HR department is always very helpful.
The benefits package is pretty average. The 401K match is probably the worst part.
Don't remember much. Health and Dental seemed like they were reasonably compensated. I don't remember having any difficulties, and felt like it was easy to sign up for, easy to use, and covered most things.
Was nice to have health plan options as a remote employee.
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