The recruitment team is great!
The benefits is better than paying out of pocket, but also not fantastic. Still pricey for level of care and coverage.
The Health insurance cost more then it was worth in coverage.
have health/dental/vision insurance but deduct from salary, have paid federal holiday but no PTO, so can consider no any benefit for contractor
the health insurance is great with low deductibles. PTO is generous with 3 weeks time off right off the bat, the benefits package is great here
The PTO is okay - starts you at 17 days which is better than most agencies. Outside of that, the bens really are not good. Heath Insurance is expensive, your PTO does NOT roll over (but for some reason it does for consultants), 401k is a joke, and comp package is average/slightly below average for industry.
Pros:17 days of PTO, Decent Health/Dental/Vision benefits through Aetna and Guardian. 401K matching Cons: They took away the ability to work from home in our office
The company, KForce, has great health benefits. The best part is that the take effect after 30 days, whereas most company benefits kick in after 60.
The vacation time is great once you've been at Kforce long enough to accumulate it. Their benefits wouldn't be that bad *IF* they offered paid maternity leave. Right now they only offer two weeks paid.
No benefits until 6 to 12 months of service depending on the benefit.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.