Benefit packages are very comprehensive. Employees have no deduction on health plan and this is also available for contract workers.
Solid health insurance, mediocre PTO and holidays.
On site clinic at Headquarters.
Company provides short-term and long-term disability at no cost to the employees
Good amount of vacation days
Premiums are higher than other places I've worked but I love the ala-carte system. Their benefits manger (Mercer) has thus far refused to recognize my dependents so I'm covered for medical while they are not and I've been here for over a month! There's also a $75 fee if your spouse is offered health coverage through their employer but you opt to cover them under NICE inContact. Supposedly this is to help keep rates down for the rest of us but I can see how those affected by it may get upset. The High Deductible insurance with HSA is actually a really great option here as the company will match HSA contributions up to a certain amount (which I'm sure varies but is currently $1,400/year for married with dependents). 401K match doesn't kick in until the beginning of the quarter after hire which is disappointing and a 1/2 match up to 4% (8% of your pay) is a really strange setup, I'm used to up to 10% of your pay. PTO is a bit on the light side. Other than that this is a great place that has taken quite the ratings hit mostly due to the aforementioned $75 spousal surcharge.
Health insurance, 401K, flexible schedules, competitive time off.
The benefits are fine. I jumped around between 4 jobs prior to sticking here for awhile. Healthcare has been average for me, wish the HSA match was a little better. There is a spousal charge *IF* your spouse works *AND* they can get insurance through their current employer *AND* you choose to put them on your NICE inContact insurance plan. It's $75/month in that case, but if your spouse works *and* they chose to use their companies insurance then you get a $50 monthly credit. I've never heard of it before, but thankfully it doesn't impact me.
Best: ATO days at 18 per year
Best: swag, fun parties, free food Worst: Health insurance not great
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