They have a very nice plan that works for everyone and can adjust based on your needs
Time off: PTO is not good for full time employees. Only 12 days/year and they must be accumulated. The 12 days are for vacation AND sick time so if you're sick for a couple of days that's a big chunk of your time off for the year which is a bummer. It is changing somewhat for 2019. If you're with the company 0-1 year you only get 10 days PTO, 1-3 years is 15 days and up from 3 years. Remote: They do have a bit of flexibility with working remote, typically around Thanksgiving or Christmas (the days before and after those holidays) which is nice for those who travel and don't have much PTO saved up. Other than those couple of days, employees aren't typically allowed to work from home. 401k: The company offers a 401k plan but doesn't offer any company match. Food: Free office catered lunch on the first weekday of each month.
The benefits package for contractors where very expensive through Cobra, the deductible was extremely high. No vacation or sick pay
The offer the absolute bare-minimum.
These might be the worst benefits of any consulting agency. Horrible insurance options!! They only offer bare-bones (preventative coverage only) insurance or insurance that costs well over $2,000 per month. And of course no paid time off which was very difficult to deal with.
No benefits package available to contractors, Contract to permanent positions are over 1 year long
Health Insurance monthly costs was very bad.
The best is that there is a benefits package. The worst I think is there is only one plan to choose from. But over all it's very good.
Best is a health plan that has no max benefit dollars dollars paid out. Worst is base pay and no paid time off
I was rather shocked when I started that I was told they do not pay holiday pay. Many of the temp companies offer holiday pay once you reach a certain number of hours. They never offer vacation and/or paid time off for their contract employees. As a result I lost multiple days of pay during the various holidays I had to take off without pay. They did offer health and other insurance, it was expensive and did not seem to have any employer contribution, apparently they need to offer the benefit, but are not willing to reduce their profitability by helping their contractors.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.