They have almost everything. (Health, Dental, Vision and Maternity & Paternity Leave)
They offer you medical insurance, but dental and vision will be the extra you will need to pay if you want to add. I will say the medical plan that the company offer is pretty good. The is no 401K and vacation days you will need to earn based on how long you have worked for this company. It's quite flexible to request for some off days, but you don't get paid if you don't have any vacations earned.
Offers medical/dental/vision insurance but, only covers 70%.
5 days vacation + 3 days sick leave. 70% medical. Basically below average benefit.
No overtime,M-F. Work on Saturday every other week. Company only paid portion of the health insurance.
They are insurance company so the do have healthy insurance for everybody.
medical insurance, national holidays, and annual paid vacations.
Employee get 5 paid day off after a year. After 3 months probation period, employee need to pay 30%, the employer paid 70% for health insurance. Dental & version are not covered, you need to pay 100%.
The best part was that they will pay you on time. The worst part, even if you are salary, you will have to wait one full year before you can receive any time off. After one year you will only get 5 days off. If you do not work the day before a holiday and after, you will not get any holiday pay. You will work Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. Only Federal holidays will given off. There will never be any early leaves. If you are even sick for one day or request a day off, they will ask you why? Where are you going? What are you going to be doing. It is a hassle to get any time off.
Only health insurance. You need to pay 40%, the employer paid 60%. Dental & version are not covered, you need to pay 100%.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.