PSAV offers its full-time employees who work 30 hours or more per week, a comprehensive and competitive benefits program to meet your specific needs!
Even as a contractor, you get a 401k.
great benefits and paid time off
Time off is generous. You get 1 week PTO and 2 weeks sick/floating holidays during your first year. Once you start your second year, your PTO goes up to 2 weeks, giving you a combined 4 weeks paid off days off different types. In addition to that, you get 6 paid holidays.
High copays for health insurance, no value on vision or hearing coverage even though we are in the audio visual business
Insurance is absolutely awful. They changed insurances this year and raised deductibles by over 10x. The only consolation with benefits are the vacation days. After a year of service, you get 10 days plus sick and floating holidays.
Various Pre-Tax programs to pay for healthcare, commuting costs, etc.
There wasn't anything special. It seemed to be the bare minimum. Just enough so you couldn't complain.
Horrible benefits , really high charge on basic health care
Paid time off (PTO) is good and pretty typical of large American companies. Diverse 401k options, and legal assistance is nice. Sabbatical options would be nice, but the nature of the business frequently means move up or get out of the way. Not so much a criticism as much as acknowledging the reality of the professional, hospitality AV world. One can benefit from that if you're willing to put in the hard work, but it's a not an industry that can afford to put positions on hold for you.
The company is very cheap and offers sub-par vendors for basic benefits that you should just go out of pocket, but they don't pay you enough to do that.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.