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“Lots of plans but are costly.”
“The match is very generous. ”
“ Not competitive with similar professional positions in similar companies.”
The medical benefits are extremely good.
New employees have a waiting period before the total benefit package is active.
Insurance stinks when with spouse insurance better coverage and less expensive. It's sad a health insurance has such crappy insurance
Pretty good benefit program especially for those with children
As a subsidiary of Anthem, Inc. NGS associates received all the perks of working for a large corporation with a smaller sized company. Best - 22% Cell phone discount, 401(k) matching up to 4 percent, Annual Incentive Plan (bonus), excellent employee assistance program (6 counseling sessions offered at no cost with a host of providers in Indiana), gym membership reimbursement, vision, dental, severance benefits for being laid off (2 1/2 months for 3 years of employment), tuition reimbursement, discounts, excellent compensation packages, life insurance, short term disability with a percentage of pay, 19 days of vacation and sick time during first five years of employment. Bereavement days - up to 3 paid bereavement days for immediate family (which includes very nearly all family members). Worst - HSA health insurance options only, used to have work at home flexibility until directors changed and that went away quick! Training for new managers was null and void. There was no training, no formalized process for integrated new managers into the organization, nor providing them with adequate resources to understand their position and the organization as a whole. I would say, the lack of training, support and professional development opportunities was the worst part of the experience. Only 8 hours of paid volunteer time per year with other similarly sized organizations offer 40 hours per year. Only 8 paid holidays per year which competing organizations offer 11.
pricey and does not cover much of nothing.
Best - 401k with up to 4% employer matching; great employee assistance program if your manager is informed enough to guide you to the resources; excellent vision, dental and medical save the only options are now health savings account plans. Vacation days for an associate who is exempt and has been with the company 1 to 5 years is 19 days which is reasonable. Salary seems exceptionally high for the nature of the work but is still one of the best parts of working with NGS. As a subsidiary of Anthem, NGS associates are able to capitalize on the great benefits offered by Anthem. Working from home used to be a benefit of the position but that recently changed and is no longer allowed. 21% discount with AT&T phone services. Short term disability is a good benefit if needed and associates are compensated a certain percentage of their salary/hourly wage. Three Bereavement days are allowed for immediate family members. There are 8 paid holidays. Gym membership up to 35 dollars per month is reimbursed. Worst - Due to the contractual nature of the job certain requirements were implemented resulting in hourly associates only receiving 2 paid vacation days with 3 other paid days off work. Health Insurance plans are limited to health savings account plans. Resources are available but many managers are not well-versed in providing the information to their associates making the resources underutilized. No on boarding training for new management. While grateful for some paid volunteer time off, only 8 hours per year is offered.
Great PTO, 401K, annual profit sharing and salary is very good. The health insurance could be much better.
Large medical deductible most people can't afford.
I can be flexible about when I work, although as an intern I cannot work from home. I get a decent hourly rate, but I do not get any other benefits.
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