As a self-insured organization, it had plenty of benefit options. One of those was a free medical plan. Although it had a high deductible, it met the needs of most healthy employees looking for basic preventable care coverage.
Bad healthcare. They have 403B instead of 401k Bad dental. Good vacation time.
They offer a weak health insurance policy as well as dental.
Best thing is company paid LTD for 1x salary, Generous PTO package-except difficult to use them due to lack of staff. Worst things are no 403b matching, expensive insurance if you have dependents, overall package is not at all competitive with other companies. Having said that, the reason is low state and federal funding and lack of good stewardship with funds avilable. Needless travel for company executives and spending large amounts of money on things not needed for a non profit (expensive meals, hotels as everyone gets their own room, renting out spaces for executive events that are not worth their costs in time and money), Employees STRONGLY encouraged to give each paycheck, but money does not go where they say it goes. Turns out it is all combined with other funds and things seem fishy in this area. I am sure there is a work around for this non profit to keep from breaking any laws. It is just a moral issue.
No additional premium for dependents, 3 plans available with one being free, generous PTO
The whole entire benefits package wasnt very good overall. Not many benefits. All very mediocre and nothing very impressive.
That a health care company who works primarily with developmentally disabled even had benefits to offer.
The company offers free Health Insurance to all employees.
No bereavement,no maternity, hard to get access to .pt.o
Benefits are for full timers but company is starting to give them to part timers
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.