Company offered a good benefit's package until they were sold
Health insurance but no other benefits available.
401k is the worst out of the benefits.
Health Benefits are overly expensive for a company that does not compensate employees by industry standards. Co Pays are high. PTO is minimal - you need to complete ten years before you get three weeks vacation.
Worst: Medical insurance to pay extremely high deductible for emergency care - get a loan! MCF has changed almost every year with a new provider in order to save money. You have to work 10 years to get a measly 3 weeks vacation.. Best: none...
Fairly typical benefits package for industry. Health, dental, vision (all with employee contribution), FSA, Transit/parking FSA. 2 weeks vacation, 2 weeks sick, 2 personal days per year (no carryover). Employee discount and occasional discounts/sales from clients. Limited 401(k) matching
best thing about working is michael c fina is that you can work from home
give only up to three percent raise to reps, zero to managers.
One of the best things about working at Michael C. Fina is that there is a flexible schedule that allows for working from home at times.
The best thing about their benefits package is receiving anniversary gifts at your first, third and fifth anniversaries. Health insurance had high deductible (four years ago, 2011). They did match 401k, but not much. Vacation is hard to schedule, you had to know at the beginning of the year exactly when you were going to take off in the rest of the year, who does that?
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