The benefits are pretty good here. Even better if you are a single employee, they are free. It gets pricey if you have a family but I've heard that it will get better with the next open enrollment or atleast they are trying to do something to help lower costs.
Excellent options for single individuals. ReminderMedia worked really hard to absorb as much of the cost of the premiums for healthcare when they rose a few years ago, and they continue to do so. If you elect for individual coverage with the HSA high deductible plan, they pay 100% of the premium cost. The deductible is a bit high at $3,000, but they’ll contribute $1,000 annually into your HSA, and as someone who is in good health, I’m able to save money in my HSA that I can later use for retirement. They offer 401k match at 50% up to 4% which is a bit lower than some companies, but the contribution is fully vested immediately, which very few companies will do (long-term graded vesting schedules tend to be the norm). PTO time is really plentiful...10 days for the first year with a bump to 18 afterwards, then 24 days annually when you’ve reached 6 years of employment. Premiums for basic dental and vision are covered (with an optional higher tier at a cost), as are the premiums for $25,000 life insurance with ad&d and long-term disability. Short-term disability and a few other health benefits are electively available for a price. Free food and snacks are provided daily/regularly, and they offer a free beer while working once a month. The salaries tend to be below market value, but overall, ReminderMedia really does a lot for the employees and pays for a lot of benefits that most companies don’t and won’t. I’m looking forward to some new options they’ll be providing this coming year.
Not designed for families, only single college-age.
NO benefits package for sales contractors!
They love to feed you sugar and fatty foods. Especially PIZZA from papa johns
Lots of PTO which is great and they do a lot to help keep insurance cost low for the employees even when their cost may go up
They do not match the 401k
Company sponsors standard PCP plan at no cost to employee.
They pay 100% for an employee!
Best: Free snacks daily Worst: Healthy care cost
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