Great work life Balance, the medical dental are pretty good. 401k is not the best.
The PTO would have been great but didn't start until the 90th day mark and I didn't make until then and the worst part about this job is the two-faced coworkers
Nesco, like many other recruiting companies, offers no real benefits. The healthcare is much less than the coverage an average person needs to have, especially in the market today. The term used was "limited", however; it was too little for me to consider full coverage. No other benefits are offered, you are paid a flat hourly rate for hours worked and that is all. I worked with other contract employees that did have healthcare and additional benefits offered, even though the cost was very high. It is best for everyone to shop around for a recruiter and find out about the company before committing to quickly.
The benefits were ok, could be better. Its enough to get by in life. They did offer dental coverage and company 401k match is low but its there. Deductibles were still high for an entry level salary.
to expensive for care available
Very unorganized and not managed well. Management is unprofessional and I was uncomfortable in the role. There leaves little room in this role to make commission/bonus. I switched my previous position to think I could make more income but to make commission in this role is slim unless they have a switch in management anytime soon. The hours are actually longer that presented online. I would work 8:00am-5:30pm 5 days a week. The pay is not worth the stress.
no company perks, good health beneifts thats about it....
The best thing has been that I was assured my job may last for up to two years. On the down side of this I will be jobless when my specified time is up and I won't be able to care for my family and have to go back on unemployment until I can find another job which is hard to find to compare with what I do.
Not even worth to cost.
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