Decent mix of benefits, though far from being the best benefits available. There were some creative benefits that showed the company cared about its people in unique ways: marriage stipend, home buying opportunity, fitness classes, etc. But the basic stuff -- healthcare and time off -- was nothing to write home about. They provide two weeks off at the end of the year but it may be unpaid depending on your position.
Good benefits if you are a single, young, very healthy person.
Independent contractor. You get your own benefits
there is no benefits for this position
Healthcare/dental is expensive and not every benefit N2 offers applies to everyone.
Insurance was terrible and bottom of the barrel. My medication increased in price by about 3x. Had to change ALL of my providers. Doctors and practices I’d had and been able to keep through 4+ years and 3 different carriers. The last two weeks of the year, the business was closed. For full time, salaried employees, this can be seen as a benefit (as we still get paid). For hourly/part-time employees, this is a major con...as they simply are without income for 2.5 weeks. They offer a 3% 401k match, which is vested.
independant business owner. 1099 position
Schedule flexibility, can work remote, lunch & learns, pretty good health/dental/vision insurance with a wellness rate
There is a lot of flexibility overall with the company but there are no benefits offered.
Great un-traditional benefits, and includes a wellness rate for health insurance.
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