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Comprehensive benefits package; HR was very helpful in navigating and accessing benefits package
Health benefits were expensive. They wanted to do an in house clinic for routine things, but a lot of employees didn't like that idea. Retirement plan was good.
Not great but getting better. The insurance isn’t great but PTO is okay.
They are union, which is nice, but felt they couldn’t had better benefits like pay and healthcare. They give you 2 weeks off. They give you choices in insurance. I felt the health care was expensive $500/month and deductible was expensive too. It was through Humana and they give you points for staying healthy. They have free messages onsite. They do have a clinic downtown for employees. Also the willing to pay for school and training. I was third shift and needed a first shift position. They were opening a new shelter and I felt lied to by the manager about first shift positions. They gave them to other people. I didn’t even get hardly any feed back or interviews. I felt the Human Resources department was rude and hardly got back to me about problems and concerns. I felt lost in a big company.
We get all these things and a( 403 b) But that does not mean that it is good. The packages fluctuate between barely tolerable to untolerable.
There are lots of good benefits with this company-a matching 401K and a discount with Verizon Wireless (depending on the amount of data you have on your plan) are just a few of them.
Vacation time is accrued, up to 1-2 weeks and college reimbursement. Unable to move up or have raises. Felt the insurance was too pricey.
You can go to the clinic if your sick.
Good benefits support family needs
Deductibles are too high for medical and you're forced to be seen by the Physician at the main campus location to save money
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