Sandhills Publishing embraces the philosophy of individuals working towards the betterment of a team. This time proven concept can be found in every aspect of Sandhills Publishing. From the quality products we produce to the benefits we offer, we strive to allow each individual opportunities to make decisions that contribute to their personal success as well as the success of the company. Employees may choose benefit options that best meet their individual needs.
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“Best - It's cheaper than most plans Worst - The coverage is "ok" but not great.”
“Best - once you have been at the company for 3 years, you get 3 weeks PTO Worst - They only give you the "required" holiday days off. If a holiday lands on the weekend, no day off for that holiday.”
“Worst - You get the absolute bare minimum required by law. Nothing extra.”
Limited benefits - no 401K, limited vacation. Health insurance costs are average. Not having a 401K match is a definite downside.
Health Insurance, Dental, Life, Perks
Three weeks off (even for senior employees). No 401k Matching. Around 7 paid holidays a year but no float day if one of those lands on a weekend. No work from home. Around 1k yearly bonus is considered 401k matching opportunity. Health, Dental and Vision are about average in cost and coverage.
Best - You get a box of meat every Christmas and a Honey Baked Ham for Easter Worst - No 401k match and no real bonus if you aren't in sales
No 401k match. Rigid dress code.
3 weeks of vacation is all a person ever gets
The lack of 401k was not great when trying got save for my retirement. I could not afford to contribute much and am now behind where I should be in retirement funds.
Vacation doesn't carry over from year to year. They won't pay out either unless you're quitting. The pay is pretty good but not the best despite what they say.
Your PTO is “use it or lose it” which is against the law in the state of Nebraska and you should be able to carry over unused days.
Standard health/vision/dental. No 401k match, they give FT employees a $1000 "Christmas Bonus" with the option of putting it in your 401k pretax and in the email say "Consider this your 401k Match".
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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