they always have a pay scale line , so you can not expect any thing beyond that , 70000 is more or less common pay to fresh graduates
No paid time off, other benefits not guaranteed just like the hours, health insurance was available only during the last two years I worked there.
Great benefits however can only be changed once a year in a 15 day window outside of when originally hired, 120 hours of PTO awarded after first 90 days completed and renews ever year on original hire date.
All the benefits are great.
It's all AFLAC related. No health coverage at least for my employment status.
the only benefits are free cms training, mileage reimbursement, and some work from home time.
Only a 401K was offered at first. After working full time hours for more than a year I was offered the opportunity to pay for health insurance. It was not a great policy.
Vagaries of who is eligible for what benefits, limited as they are, with random cancellation of benefits when assigned hours are not available due to corporate work flow issues unrelated to employee availability. PTO/holiday pay/raises? Forget about it! One positive is 401K with matching up to a percentage.
Not offered unless you are full time
401k, the company matches up to 3 percent. Gives you about 90 PTO hours the first year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.