their wellness efforts outside of the contracted insurance policies (i.e., onsite mammograms, flu shots, bio-screening, etc.)
Best: Working from home Worst: PTO and heathcare costs
Part Time does not get any benefits at all. Full Time gets a great benefits package.
The best thing about the benefits package was the Flex spending card. This card was everything because it held the money that allowed you to pay for doctor visits, dental care, and prescriptions.
overall good and broad set of benefits
If you look at the numbers, it is a very solid plan -- but somehow it doesn't at all reflect any care for work-life balance.
90 day waiting period, was a pretty good comp package
Really cares about employee wellness. In addition to the regular benefits, they provide free of charge annual wellness assessment, flu shots, mammogram (applied to insurance) and other items that I can't think of at the moment
HR turnover is high and the plan changes every year. Horrible work/life balance.
They have a good Benefits package compared to the others in the market.