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Generous PTO & Sick Time
The best thing about the PTO policy is that unless you reach the limit of hours, your PTO balance rolls over every year. You don't loose it.
The benefits start within a month of being hired
When you're terminated for a medical condition, they take back all of your earned sick time and cut you a check for your PTO
Ok benefits, each year they covered less and less. The company does well itself, but the benefits are just okay. I went through my family's insurance.
18 days of PTO from day 1... unfortunately this 18 days includes PTO and sick leave. The benefits package is pretty on-par with other non-profits, nothing special.
The HSA package is annoying up front but once you've built up some savings in the HSA it's not too bad.
Change in policy not eligible for disability insurance if you have part time status.
Best thing is that it includes maternity leave in some way or another. Worst thing is that they still use sick time and PTO. the sick time is untouchable unless you are sick more that 2 days in a row. most employees have maxed out on their sick time bank and cannot use it.
worst thing is lack of PTO
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