Benefits are crap if you have a family - great for single individuals.
No 401k plan and very high out of pocket insurance for families. Low cost insurance for an individuals which is good; used ADP.
Benefits are through ADP. For a single person, it is good. The employee only pays $1 for health coverage however if you have any dependents, the cost of health care is more expensive than getting it on the open market. The 401(k) match isn't offered until after at least a year of service. Twenty-one days of PTO time.
there was no match in the 401k, the health benefits if you had a child were higher than if you got them on your own because they did no homework and took the first package available to be able to say they have one.
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