All was good. I got a transportation sponsored vacation trip to anywhere in the world with 30 vacation days a year. Insurance package was amazing too. I wished the holiday package was distributed across the year for when I needed it, instead of days being earned as I move on with work days. Eg. If I need them in the second month of the year, and then do not need them later in the year at all, I'd be reduced on my monthly pay for the second month, and would have surplus leave days at the end of the year (which would not carry forward) and would be a waste. That sounds insensitive!
Two Weeks vacation the first year.
company offers health insurance, retirement contributions of 2-3% of salary, vacation and sick time
The best is that they offer, however many plans are very expensive. They offer tuition reimbursement.... but tell you it's not in the budget.
The benefits were ok, but centralized HR department was difficult to communicate with and gave slow responses when it was necessary to communicate with them. Tuition assistance up to 80% reimbursement. 2 weeks vacation, 1 week sick leave.
Insurance are expensive especially the premium. The 401k you receive are actually company stocks that are invested.
The 401K program is a match with company stock system rather than an actual match. Health insurance is fine, it was pretty easy to find doctors in network.
The benefits package used to be much better; all changes have been for the good of the company not the employees. Health insurance is much more costly for employees.
lack of in house benefit support
Cigna is the provider and overall, no issues. Contribution from the employees is high.
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