The health insurance is excellent and free to employees. Amazing coverage for the whole family with a first class PPO.
NO benefits. It's contract work. Nothing offered on top of what is legally required (accrued sick hours, some opt-in health insurance, etc.). Commuter "assistance" is so ridiculously low it does nothing. Upside: flexibility. Unpaid time off is easily negotiated, you only get paid for the time you actually work, simple as that. Working remotely is not an option however.
Fully paid health insurance with top provider at no cost to employees. Dental and vision included. Paid holidays and vacation days. 401K with company matching.
There is nothing I get as an intern
No highlights really. QA tester even working for years as much as 35 hrs a week, which is max for this client, doesn't have a reliable benefits package. Sick leave - as much as 1 hr for every 30 hours worked (California law, not company's initiative). No mileage, lunches or commute expenses are covered. No 401k, no paid time-off, medical insurance with a very high premium, so it wasn't worth it.
Only sick days are offered
Very limited benefits. After 6 months you are eligible for insurance but your premium will be over $1k per month.
Company paid medical, dental, vision plan. But coverage is bad
000000 no benefits at all!
There is matching to the 401k, albeit very little. It's auto opt-in, unless you specifically specify you do not want to contribute. PTO time is great once you get some seniority with the company and get hired on full-time. Although most part-timers work a full hour every week, they are not eligible for PTO or most other perks.
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