Medical Deductible policy changed suddenly 4 days after the new benefit year started. Small and uneventful changes after open enrollment closed and the after the new benefit year start, may generate a get out of jail pass from most. However, the changes made from last year to this year without notice or option to switch plans is shocking. In fact so much as I overlooked how I would be affected financially and emotionally. Last year, the same insurance plan accepted any manufacturer co-pay plan for high cost critical medication toward my $5,000 deductible. If I paid out of pocket it would be added toward it. #1 the money from the manufacture is paid toward medication prescribed to me. It’s provided in good faith to make my life less complicated. After all a healthier mindset means a healthier me and productive employee. Instead, I’ll be lucky if I pay my deductible before next year’s benefit start. It’s only a month in and I’m already benching medical bills I can’t pay off much less toward my deductible. I didn’t think policy could make pivots that makes a significant impact to their favor.
Great health coverage, but you have to pay extra for short and long term disability. Low PTO and no sick pay.
They offer a full benefits plan including 401K, medical, dental, vision, life insurance. the medical was not very good.
Decent benefits. Culture at HQ is all politics. Culture in the clubs is good if you get a good GM.
Have good benefits, the gym membership and cafe,spa,basketball PT. The company does care about there employees and management is on top of their game.
Great atmosphere for profsssional growth
Best thing is the free membership for yourself and children; spouse = $60. Worst thing is the vacation accrual - 1.54 hours every 2 weeks for new-hires. Spouse cannot be on your insurance if they have access to insurance at their place of work. 401K but no company match.
No paid holidays. PTO is small and takes a long time to approve.
Low PTO total that accrues and if you don't use it, you lose it. Small network and terrible negotiated rates on healthcare services and prescriptions = big out of pocket expenses. Not eligible to benefits until after 90+ days. 401K match is not guaranteed. Employee discount for cafe and club services is very low.
There is a 401k, dental insurance, and PTO, however, I've worked here for 3 years full time with overtime, and they only give me excuses as to why I don't receive PTO, mostly being something like "Oopsy, it seems that you're not in the system correctly. Let me do that real quick. I can't authorize PTO unless you are in the system correctly." Then the following week I see that I was secretly unchecked for PTO status again.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.