I don't know much about the benefits because I only worked part time, so I wasn't eligible for the benefits.. I know that full time employees do receive decent benefits. The benefits that are offered are available for the full time employees
Health insurance was too pricey for a part-time employee, but according to my coworkers the insurance benefits were very good. For a full-time employee it was worth the price.
Utilizing Quad Med and Dental can amount to huge savings.
Provided an HSA account which was a huge company-wide change, but beneficial for a lot of employees. The on-site dental and health clinics are a great options for the company which is self-insured.
There are no more perks. Used to have 7 on 7 off during the year and your 7 off was like another vacation. Now youll never get all 7 off. Jun-Dec they should just call it a 4-5 instead of 3-4 day schedule because you have 1 day mandatory overtime every week. They say raises based on production. BIG LIE Its based on an average system basically. I'm 7$ away from max in industry for my position I had #1 numbers in he Company on my platform but no raise was told made too much. Compared to other operators yes I came from bought company my wage was higher there. The experienced people it seems to now get the worst treatment. Their more interested in new hires and money to keep them here..
401k match . Great medical benefits
The health insurance provided is affordable. They have perks such as a percentage off of your bill through certain cell phone companies. I believe it was sprint.
Offers good healthcare coverage that encourages you to be healthy
life insurance, paid time off, overtime, medical/dental/vision work, hours, pay, uniforms, safety equipment, reimbursement for boots
Your always paying and the doctors you see have to send you to other doctors
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.