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“Can be ok if you have a flexible department and schedule ”
“Overall comprehensive and you will have everything covered. Not bad for birth of a child but otherwise can have high out of pocket ”
“The company matches up to a certain %.”
Good PTO, vacation days increase every 5 years
Travel lovers has to be the best...and home sickness is worst.
Health Insurance, 401K and the ability to work from home.
Benefits at Norwegian are standard. Nothing beyond what corporate America offers. No additional paid parental leave beyond FMLA and short term disability. They do match 401K and offer decent insurance, although not very cheap.
While working at Norwegian cruise line they offered healthcare benefits and vacation time. If you need to request time off you may enter it through the system.
Norwegian Cruise Line offers decent health insurance and good 401(k) matching. Depending on your level with the company, vacation time and time off can be above average.
Great friends and family discounts, paid time off, health insurance.
Pros: Health & Dental Insurance and 401k Match. Ten vacation days and eight personal days each year, increasing by five days each year after five years with the company. Cons: Poor maternity leave policy (FMLA)
The benefits were very good for cruise discounts. Also has a decent 401k match. The EPP plan is available at 15% discount.
401K match, also full medical with eye and dental. You can qualify for student loan reimbursement, and reduced cruises as well!
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