The company, per new federal regulations, offers basic health insurance coverage after a rolling 90-day period in which recipient callers must average 30 hours worked per week. For professional fundraisers, who make up the bulk of Integral Resources' payroll, there's no option for paid time off.
There basically is no benefit package. If you work at least 30 hours a week you can be offered healthcare.
I mean it was PT work making phone calls. If you did well, you could earn extra dollars per hour or extra dollars on top donations. Another benefit was flexibility- because of how they operate, you just had to make your hours in a week but they had plenty of available shifts and reasonable flexibility with breaks. I'm sure if you went FT or made manager you got some kind of benefits.
Not too many perks but monetary incentives for bonuses. I am afraid that I have not been too aggressive in the perks part of the job. I was told that the health insurance wasn't the best but because I have my own senior plan, I didn't delve too muvh into it. As far as earned time, it is something with which I haven't been too concerned and haven't pushed to find out about it. I am just so happy with the whole package which is Integrel Resources.
the was no good perks for this company
there are no benefit packages it is really a temporary job place if you are looking in between jobs or have a very busy schedule but not looking to really have a paycheck but just extra cash
No paid vacation, 401K, benefits, or holidays off!
There were absolutely no benefits. Our paychecks were never even guaranteed.
for senior managment the perks are great . up to 1 month off every year. low deductibles great accidental death and dismemberment package cheap cheap dental.
There are no benefits other than prizes or performance bonuses.
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