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Which benefits does PartnerCentric provide?
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- Work From Home(3 comments)
“Love being able to raise my kids and work from home!”
Honestly, this is the best benefits package I've had. They pay 100% of my health insurance, gym, match 401k, paid time off, etc. Great benefits here!
Good benefits with health/dental/vision, 401k match, life insurance and more
Best - unlimited PTO Worst - health insurance
health insurance, dental, monthly health and wellness stipend, company retreats, etc.
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3 years ago
Do you think agencies will eventually require employees to come back into the office full time? Now that I’ve experienced the benefits of WFH, I can’t imagine commuting 5 days a week, paying for a dog walker, waking up earlier, buying lunches again, having to get ready every morning, etc. I do miss some aspects of the office, so ideally would do a couple days in and the rest WFH but worried I’ll eventually be forced to go back full time. Any thoughts/predictions?
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PartnerCentric offers lots of great benefits including 401k, work from home, and vacation/paid time off. They also provided us an allowance/reimbursement budget for physical health activities.
Unlimited vacation, work from home, free book per month, coaching and career development, 401k matching, 100% employer paid benefits (no deductions).
This is a small company with a decent benefits package for its size. All employees work from home and they are consistently working on better benefits for employees, especially maternity leave. Employee healthcare is paid for by the company and they offer a 401K match of 3%.
A ton of really great new benefits added for 2017, including health/ wellness reimbursement, paid volunteer time, monthly book stipend, etc.
Fully pay employee benefits and offer 401K matching
Best thing was the vacation time without a doubt, unlimited as long as you had it cleared. Worst would maybe be health insurance, not that it was bad but if I had to pick one that was the most expensive to add a spouse.