Exceptional effort deserves generous rewards
At Kronos, we care about what you care about — balancing work and home life, managing health and wellness, growing your career, and planning for retirement. These are all important elements that help shape our culture. And part of caring is helping you LiveInspired by rewarding you for the contributions you provide to our organization.
Kronos provides generous rewards for success and competitive benefits such as workplace flexibility (including open time off, flex hours, and telecommuting options).
Kronos has great benefits. There are different benefits options no matter your family situation. they have a great 401k match as well. They continue to add on new benefits to keep the employee's happy (commuter benefit).
Very Unprofessional, Recruiters should first their communication skills.
Not very happy about charging a surcharge to employees who take health insurance coverage for a spouse who works and has health insurance offered by their employee (about $900 for the year). The surcharge is not applied if the spouse does not work or does not have insurance available from their job.
Benefits are great. The 401k vesting period is little longer.
It's a good package
Kronos' benefits have historically always been amazing. Health insurance plans are great with the exception a new spousal surcharge in 2018. If you carry a spouse on your insurance and they are eligible for insurance through their employer then you have to pay an extra $900/year. Everything else is great but this new surcharge just puts a damper on what draws a lot of people to Kronos in the first place: good pay and good benefits. Open time off policy really allows a good work/life balance.
it is standard like the rest of private companies in the area
Health insurance doesn't compare well to other companies. It's more expensive, plus they just announced they going to add the surcharge for spouses -- if your partner can get health insurance another employer, Kronos will charge you if you add your spouse to Kronos benefits. In addition, the 401k match is below average, capped at $3000 per year. I think you get an additional $250 if you have been employed at the company more than 5 years. Time off is unlimited, but you still need to enter it so it's tracked. You can work from home but there is no company-wide policy -- it depends upon your group and what your manager will support.
This year our Healthcare is going up 32%. There is a penalty that if you have a spouse that works, and your spouse is not participating in their own insurance you must pay an extra $70.00 a month. We were told that spouses are causing an increase in benefits. I guess it only the working spouses that is causing an increase of benefits.
Matching 401K could be better.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.