The maternity leave policy at Kforce is not the best, but that comes with a sales environment.
Kforce is one of the best employers that I have worked so far. They provide all sorts of benefits to employees. noce work culture and leave program.
Below average but gets the job done
Paid time off and sick time are the same
Too expensive and with the pay the employees get are better off going private insurance to go to Mexico if you are in the San Diego area.
Benefits are average to most companies these days. Would be nice to have cheaper or more medical carrier options.
No benefits in this position, a contract role, but may convert to direct hire with benefits
No perks. Very costly health care insurance.
There are a lot of options to choose from. There are packages that could work for people in all stages of life.
The health insurance plans are pretty average. I was paying about $127/month and my yearly deductible was about $1500. I don't get sick/go to the doctor very often therefore there was no chance of ever meeting my deductible - so on the rare occasion that I did go to the doctor, it would cost me about $150 out of pocket. They offer 17 PTO days which is pretty generous for a new employee and some offices allow you to work remotely when necessary.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.