As a consultant working with Robert Half Management Resources, you are eligible to receive a competitive benefits package.
The benefits were very good. Decent health insurance and 401k plus potential for advancement.
Their isn't one. Not until you've worked a full year contract and that means 2-3 years as a practical matter.
Mediocre health insurance, 3 month wait time
13 days of combined sick time and PTO - this is not encouraged to be used and doesn't rollover in all states. No 401k contribution until 2 years in.
As a temporary contractor, benefits are not comparable to those of full-time consultants of RHMR or other full-time employees at other companies in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Benefits are provided but at a very high cost.
High cost coverage, the employee contribution amount is 4x the cost I paid at my prior employer for less coverage.
The Company makes it easy to enroll and maintain your benefits. There are a number of options available to employees so they can customize their benefits coverage for their specific circumstances
Fair amount of vacation time and a wide variety of benefit plan options to fit needs at any level. Provide a number of supplemental benefits including, for example, the ability to obtain pet insurance.
Working as a contractor and being able to get access to benefits once you have worked for them for a certain amount of hours. From Insurance to paid holidays.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.