up to par with industry standards, more work from home would be nice.
The benefits package offered before employment was not the same as what was actually offered. It turned out, health coverage was more expensive and there were less benefits.
The bare minimum on benefits
Minimum company holidays given. Approximately 5 sicks days a year and vacation day does start to accumulate until after your first 90 days of employment.
Not worth it. Very limited choices. Expensive. I have nothing else to say about this topic. Ok so its making me add more words.
Like most companies, the health insurance was a HIGH DEDUCTIBLE plan. I liked the prescription coverage. Had just a reasonable co-pay for prescriptions,
Failed to inform me that I could not enroll in benefits until 1st day of month 30 days after start which resulted in me having to spend significant money on COBRA. Never offered ESPP enrollment, did not pay commissions as offered due to small print details
Lunch and Learns were frequent
Overpriced healthcare premiums and draconian PTO policies.
Too expensive! The match for the 401k is lousy too. Cheap company!
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