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“Good match, uses Empower Retirement with a good website and app.”
“It's free at the basic level, but could always be cheaper when adding family members. But the price is still good, and hourly pay stays high so that if you don't need the higher coverages, you pocket more cash. I'm happy.”
“Best: PTO starts after 60 days. You can get a couple weeks even in your first year. Worst: Wait five years for a third week, which is good...then 15 years for a fourth. Not bad, but not great, if you think about how life changes over fifteen years. Start at age 25, you have two weeks until you are 30, then three weeks until you are forty. So you kinda miss a lot of family time, or you have to choose the events that are most important. There are no sick days, so if you have to take care of family or something, you have to use "vacation" time. But they'll sometimes just let you take the time off unpaid. Pretty easy to work with if you are a good worker. Time off really is good, just could be better.”
Great 401K, vacation is great to start
Great place to work at
401k match, PTO, Birthday holiday. The company also gives a discretionary 401k match annually.
As a single person, I pay $0 in premiums with a $500 deductible. Overall, counting life insurance, dental, and vision, I pay around $12/ week on my benefits. 12 days pto time/ year for the first few years, the 15 days at 5 years. Very understanding about freak personal life stuff that could take time away from work. You start collecting pto after 60 days of being employed
Great benefits in the company
The best thing about this company is salary and 401k and benefits the more challenging things include the work schedule hours required.
Hard work long hours good pay good benefits
Great benefits. Very affordable. Nurse on site.
Great overall benefits package at od
Great benefits package overall. If you don't mind a $500 deductible, they offer a no-cost healthcare plan that has a 70-30 coinsurance split. If I stay generally healthy, I have either zero or minimal cost. Adding a family costs a bit more, but not bad at all. They provide United Healthcare. There's also a higher level option that does have a premium, but it takes away the deductible and goes to an 80-20 coinsurance. I'd probably use that if I had a growing family or ongoing health problems. 401k is cool, they have a weekly match of $0.50 on the dollar up to 6%. Then each year theres an extra bump based on the year's profits. I think they put 10% of company profits into employee 401k. Something like that. So it can be a bundle.
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