Company offers perks such as PTO roll-over, health coverage for full-time employees, 401k, and advancement opportunities.
I did not purchase the health insurance since I was still eligible for income based insurance through my state but I will say that the perks were good. Discount on my cell service. Discounts on electronics and travel fees as well as other consumer goods. The flexible scheduling was great. The pay was minimal but it was a suitable work from home position. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to provide customer care from home. I would not recommend this for someone to live off of entirely.
Best part is they don't really have to offer anything at all to part-timers, but they do. The benefits compared to those who are an indpendent contractor would get working from home are excellent.
Corporate Culture and the opportunity to work with really smart people who were dedicated to the company. I love Sykes!
Best: There IS a benefits package to begin with. Worst: the pay is not high enough to be able to take advantage of most of the package offerings.
Health care premiums were pretty high and had high deductibles
Best: matching 401k Worst: very expensive health insurance considering the low pay
The insurance is expensive and is not very good. The medication insurance is a joke. I paid less for medications without insurance than with it.
offers unlimited unpaid time off as well as two options for paid time off. One option is PTO with a payout of unused PTO at end of year. the other PTO option being rollover until you leave the job. the medical insurance offered by Sykes is some of the worst I have ever encountered. Will not pay for anything until you meet your deductible.
Insurance options are overpriced
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