If you are a W2 employee, the benefits offered in CA are pretty decent. For a single guy in his mid-20s, HMO can be had for less than $100 per month. If you are 1099 (agents, brokers, in training) - you are not eligible for any benefits.
Not really any benefits here. 1099
You get a free gym membership located on the first floor
Not much to write about here. 1099 contractor. Out of pocket for everything except office supplies. They take a $3k legal fee out of your first hard earned paycheck every year...up from $2k in previous years. This is not optional and does not mean you don't have to pay additional out of pocket fees for legal representation in the event you are involved in litigation. I don't think anyone in the firm really calls this a benefit.
the best is the friendly environment to work in and the worst is that there is a lot of work
There’s a 3% company match associated with their 401K plan, but you have to contribute 6% to get it because it’s matched at 50%. Employee co- insurance for Medical benefits is higher than average for PPO, but they do offer a more reasonable HMO option.
Not so good--find a job elsewhere.
For the first five years of employment, you have ten days of paid time off per year. This includes vacation days, personal days and sick time. Because of this, many come to work when sick and contagious. The large open office layout only compounds this problem.
You have the ability to make big checks in less time and there is no cap on commissions. The company does not offer any salary, 401K or benefits. You are a general contractor and live off commissions.
Good health insurance, Flex Spending, 401(k) with Employer contribution, stock purchase option for employees. Unreliable referral bonus. No paid maternity or paternity leave for employees.
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