They only allowed three CAs off each day; never any more. So this made planning vacations and PTO more difficult.
The benefits were expensive. Co Pays were really high. Not great coverage.
There were no benefits packages discussed right away.
The benefits package that OrthoNet offered was the best thing about working there. I used the employee discounts to go to movies, get cheaper products and save on bills.
Not good. Need to wait until the end of temp period to negotiate bad benefits
No 401k march Their health insurance it's very expensive for employee only and plain unaffordable if you need to cover your spouse/family. PTO it's ok but good luck getting it approved
About $180 a month for medical coverage for a single person 30/50 Copay. You get one vision check up a year if you do not have a vision plan. Vision, Dental, Long and Short term disability is all separate. 401K they match the 50% of the first 3% if i am not mistaken, what i do know for sure is that your 401K is fully vested after 5 years of employment. Employees accrued 10 hours PTO a month and 12 after 5 years of employment, 8 paid holidays. (PTO includes personal, sick and vacation time). The company would not close their doors no matter how bad the weather is, so be ready to leave 2 PTOs a year for snow day if you rather stay home when a major snow/storm is coming. They offer some employees discount with Cellphone carriers, Apple HP and NY city Zoos. Also, there is a gym rewards program through the health insurance coverage that will refund up to $300 if you go to the gym 50 days in 6 months. Last but not least, some people get to work from home, not sure what the requirements are.
The Orthonet benefit package is great. They offer medical, dental, paid time off and vacation, 401k, life insurance and holidays
Have to wait 60 days to get health ins. No choice in plans.
401K and the fact that they actually give you the day after Thanksgiving off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.