2 weeks PTO, including sick days until 7 years then 3 weeks PTO, matching 401k, average health insurance
I worked in the sales office. No vacation for the first year, then 5 days after a year. At some point you go up to 10 days (2 weeks) either the third or the fifth year, and you didn't go up to 3 weeks until later. The health insurance was expensive and only covered the individual - you pay full price for any family additions. As of 2016 the health insurance was $180/mo for the employee, single no kids.
Company perks went to office personal and management. Insurance companies changed almost every year, so it was hard to maintain care having to switch Doctors.
Must wait full 90 days in order to receive benefits. Life, medical, vision and dental are available after 90 days.
Health Insurance through Cigna is fair but costly.
You can't afford to contribute to the 401k, and the insurance is expensive in comparison to only making $9.25 an hour. So it's not much of a benefits plan.
They have an excellent 401k plan. The company has an excellent match. The company pays toward the single plan cost for health insurance, but not for any other plan.
the employee benefit package only covers half the cost of the employees health and dental there is no vision which is odd for somebody hiring drivers . pays nothing for family health and dental for a family of 4 to get medical and dental will cost 1200 dollars a month giver take they have a 401K,they kickin 3%. the vacation package is pretty good. sick time package you cannot use your sick time on your first day of call out. only your second and you need a doctors note..sometimes the compensation package is not adequate and there is no time and a half but you will work 50 plus hours per week
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