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“It’s like a $100 off your paycheck every other week and it covers dental and vision. ”
“Excellent health insurance, free to employees ”
“It's the same type of dental insurance most companies have with limited amount paid for care. ”
The benefits are great for full-time U.S. employees -- health, dental and vision insurance fully paid, even for family members. There's also 401(k) matching and decent vacation time that grows as certain longevity milestones are met.
After 6 months of being a contract, you become eligible for full health benefits.
There's no benefit's, they only offer paid sick days as legal requirement.
There are no benefits. The other two vendors at the same client's facility after one year of employment provide the following: Company 1: health insurance (after 3 months), paid holidays, paid vacation 10 days, 401k, compensation if dismissed. Company 2: $29/hour, 2 holidays. Moravia after one year gives NOTHING. They promised their employees to look into this, and for 9 weeks have been telling them "next week we will have some news". All the Moravia employees at the Culver City client facility are extremely frustrated.
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.
The health insurance is excellent and free to employees. Amazing coverage for the whole family with a first class PPO.
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
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