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Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(3 comments)
“The coverage was good for the premium amount.”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(3 comments)
“The PTO days seemed to be average or better than average compared to other jobs I looked at.”
grewt benefits i really liked the benefits
Health insurance had good coverage and the premium wasn't too expensive. PTO was better than average.
Great place to be and work.
Overall a good benefit plan for employees. Standard medical, vision, dental 401k
I am a contract data analyst with a hourly rate of 67$, no benefits. I was searching on indeed and I realized a lot of full-time job cannot make this number. I have baby plan with my husband for 2024 and I understand my current job has no promotion opportunity and maternity leave. BTW, I am 32. Any suggestions would be great appreciated!😔
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Decent Benefits and Company here.
The longer you are employed with RDX the less the employee contributes to health benefits and the company picks up the remainder.
On-the-job training is good. DOC employees get an RDX fleece after training, which is nice. Company gives out "RDX Bux" at random if you please clients which can be exchanged for company swag. (would prefer cash tho) Matching 401k is good. Health insurance is expensive and not the best coverage. PTO policy is garbage if you work in the DOC. 11 days per year PTO, no sick days, no holidays. Tell you that you get standard benefits to get you in the door, don't mention that the DOC has a different policy than the rest of the company. Any mention of it and you are branded as "selfish" for wanting a decent work-life balance. Overall, horrible PTO, work-life balance, hours and working conditions cancel out any perks.
RDX offers a medical plan that has a lower deductible comparable to many companies. In addition they offer a Flex Spending account which is helpful to put aside money every paycheck to contribute to the deductible or to utilize for medical expenses like the copays. Compared to my last company which only matched up to 400$ a year for the 401K, RDX will match up to 4%, more free money. The company also provides Auxiliry insurance like life, Short term and long term. Should you choose you also have the option of purchasing additional coverage including Life, Illness and Accidental Injury.
THe benefits seem to be well. They just switched to a better 401K plan, however, the down side is the HR department is located in PA and they are not always 100% understanding of a issue/concern/question via telephone or email.
Matching 401k. Benefits are expensive. Sick time included in PTO.