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“they are not offered to me”
“Too expensive and the deductibles where too high. ”
The usual Health, Dental, Vision, good PTO that builds up over time, and you get your annual work anniversary day off! Reimbursement opportunities that turn out to be a big money saver for you. Overall, great benefits.
Sub par benefits. PTO is an absolute joke.
health insurance, 401k, etc.
The benefits package they offer costs more than you can pay for individual health insurance. Pretty stingy on Company PTO holidays as well.
401k, but no match. Start with two weeks vacation, then goes up to three after a year. Health/Dental is pretty standard.
401k match limited time off terrible hours
Terrible! No PTO, no work from home. The medical coverage is average at best. You don't join KM for the benefits you join because its one of the first companies to desperately offer out of college.
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.
A wonderful and unique perk is on your company anniversary date each year, they give you the day off work.
They have a very nice plan that works for everyone and can adjust based on your needs
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