Good vacation benefits and flexible schedule.
High deductible for lowest cost selection. Either way the employee pays $$$$$ up front or in the end for a sub par health care plan
No 401k, no bonuses, pretty much you get health insurance coverage and a pat on the back.
Very good life insurance package medical benefits above average
Paid time off kicks in after 6 months of working. 10 paid holidays. FMLA leave available after working 12 months.
Health insurance is really bad. No pension, Hardly no pay increases . Work alot of 12 hour days because they cant keep people. No future for young people. Wouldn't be surprised if they close the doors in 5 years
Flexible time and work life balance. But they don't value their employees and it's evident by the benefits offered and 1% raises for past 5 years
Minimal vacation time and very expensive health insurance
They have all the benefits but the employee pays for most of the cost. There isn't any 401k match and hasn't been for years.
Medical coverage is very expensive especially for families, still no 401k match
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.