The company is all about safety and wellness, there is a 401k match and health as well as vision and dental.
Generous company health insurance contribution. Metabolic screening required for wellness rates. Vacation is pretty average. 50% match up to 4% for 401k. Personal time up to discretion of your manager which is bad if you have a manager that dislikes you. Salaried employees still have to use a time clock showing lack of employee trust.
Benefits used to be great. Now associates foot all the bills and are presented it in such a way they're supposed to feel happy about it. A $5000 deductible for an associate making $13/hr is robbery. Also sending a letter saying we were actually paid more because of benefits is insulting. Not like its done out of the kindness of the company's heart...you're legally obligated
If I could give this company zero stars on benefits , I would. What company in 2019 has such a poor accrual time line. The amount of time you put in to work definitely DOES NOT equal to the amount of time you get back. You have to work almost ONE YEAR to get any personal time? But you have “volunteer vacation time” after three months? What sense does that make? After your 90 days, you don’t even get a week of Paid/Sick time. Trust me this company is NOT worth the hassle.
PTO is terrible. Worked 7 months without earning any PTO as they boast “health & wellness!” Benefits are way too expensive and the plans are not even worth it.
They have a pretty good health, dental program. It was pretty cheap and they go over all of that with you
LDI is a great benefit. The organization invests in leaders. The LDI is a structured curriculum in an outstanding learning environment.
The company is not worth anyones time. They will talk a big game and promise you anything to get you in the company then ignore you and any promises or incentives they mentioned. They love giving you more responsibility and have you absorb others roles with out even considering additional compensation. Save yourself the headache and look else where.
The full range of benefits were offered to all employees; part-time and full-time
If you go out of network, you are charged an arm and a leg. Most in networks doctors are awful.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.