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“They fulfill with all that has to do with health insurance.”
“You can ask for vacations on your birthday and they are supposed to give it to you inmediately, but if you try to ask for vacation any other time, it's quite difficult and they won't give it to you as easy (or not at all).”
“Definitely learned a lot from different people I got to work with.”
benefits were average for the job
The health benefits are too expensive
Good hrs flexible benefits wfh
Offers competitive benefits, 3 HDHP plans with HSA, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability, Voluntary benefits, and 401(k) with a company match. After 1 year of service, you're eligible to apply for a Full-Tuition Grant program.
Best thing is work flexibility(Work from home). Worst is the 401k match and compensation can be better,
Flexibility work during the pandemia
For front line employees (those who are not Team Leads and above) benefits such as PTO and health insurance are not the greatest. For example, for family coverage it will run between 700 and 900 a month. Both are extremely high deductibles as well. For individual coverage it is not bad. PTO is based on your pay and how much you work and provided every quarter. Example, if you make $12 an hour and work around 40 a week you will get 17.5 hours each quarter. As your pay goes up you PTO amount goes down. Before I was promoted I was only getting around 15 hours.
Offer benefits for full-time employees
The dental plan is good with the benefits
Benefits are ok. Not the greatest in the world or the worst either. Schedule is horrendous though.
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