Great benefits package and flexible hours. However, they are moving from Blue Cross Blue Shield to Aetna.
Great benefits priced pretty well. Still getting used to getting acquired but seems to be pretty good.
They provide a great benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision. They make sure they provide with detail information about your benefits.
One of the best things about the benefits package at PSI is that generic prescriptions are 100 covered with no copay.
Their benefits are pretty good. They offer above par health insurance options. You do get PTO hours in addition to accruing vacation time.
Overall, the company's benefits package has been great, and they have actual HR employees/colleagues who help to administer the benefits and answer questions. ►re: Work From Home: The flexibility and trust to get work done from home or from a cafe down the street is important to me because not everything (creative or writing) can happen from 9 to 5, sometimes it happens at 9 pm or 1 am. Work here, so far, has been about output and less about the timeframe you occupy your office chair. ►re: Human Resources: There's an actual HR department, it's not a phone line as with previous jobs. ►re: Benefits: I don't use all the benefits, but it's great to know I have it, or can access it. ►re: SmartTrip: I'll have to revisit this, WMATA did not gel with the card issued by the plan benefit, and of course calling WMATA is worse than the DMV. ►re: Diversity program: This is probably one of the most genuinely diverse places I've worked. There are women in positions of leadership, which is important even though I'm a guy, it would be nice if they made 1-2 more strategic hires. I'm not sure whether we have a 'program," I'd be curious to know how that would work. ►re: Volunteer Time Off: I think if I asked, my supervisor would allow it. I'm still a new employee, and will be looking to see what types of planned volunteer/community investments the company makes. ►re: Professional Development: At my former employer I waited almost 4 years before this happened. With PSI I was asked what type of development I would like to pursue; that happened after 2 months. I was shocked. ►re: Food Perks: there's always a meeting with food, it's nice. And it's been 'real' food--meat and potatoes, not cakes and cookies.
- No profit sharing - No leave buy back program - Paid government holidays - Paid vacation (0-3 years = 80 hours, 4-7 years = 120 hours) - Paid time off (calendar year = 40 hours) - Health benefits have declined since HCA (reduced to match current HCA standards) - Health care benefits cost at national average (2016) but set to increase - No employee discounts (cell phones, hotels, air) but partnered with AmEx travel - Difficult reimbursement process - 401(k) = national average, nothing special (max 3.5%) - Free generic drugs and free yearly checkups
Health benefits are great, dental benefits are okay; the 401K is matched well, and everyone is entitled to paid time off and vacation time is accrued based on seniority with the company.
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