Best - various discounts, various opportunities for further education, certifications, training in related field that are reimbursed Worst - PTO hours need to be used to make up for holidays.
They'll make you use their health system and the primary care is a 6 week wait for anything. Specialty services move surprisingly quick.
Not any better than anyone else
Paid time off starts accruing at about 7 hours per pay period, then goes up to 8 something a pay period after 5 years, increases again to around 10 a pay period at 10 years. They match the 401k up to 3%.
PTO was very good, earning about 8 hours a pay period. 401k was good, easy to transfer once you leave the company if you want.
The decent stuff like tuition ombudsmen life insurance health insurance gym for free the food is free sometimes if they
Benefits available on first day of employment!
401k was good; health insurance was good; vacation time was good.
Pto, 401k, sick pay, insurance, paternity and maternity leave of 2 weeks with pay. Pto time increases with years of work.
It seems pretty standard. The employee EPO medical plan is very limiting.
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