The still have other locations in other states and work @home that have a good benefit package.
Benefits are terrible. HR is borderline criminal in some of their actions. No vacation until you've worked six months. During slow times, or times when they wildly overhire in advance of 4th quarter, they force everyone to take TWO half hour, unpaid lunches, that of course, are not concurrent.
Having United Healthcare as the insurer helped tremendously. How time off was handled was a miserable joke.
best thing was probably having vision and dental benefits butunfortunately i have never tried it
Worst I have ever seen
Decent benefits, pay is capped at a certain level and no Cost of Living Adjustments thereafter
Managed good communication with the employees.
Amounts to add family were a bit outrageous, but they are with just about any company these days. Co-Pays weren't bad, but deductibles and finding places that accepted coverage for dental and vision were difficult. Had to drive an hour to a smaller town to find someone who accepted the dental at reasonable price, and didn't see an eye doctor for almost 8 years. It was better when they went thru Aetna, but the switch to UHC was a hit to the wallet
They charged for benefits and I still got billed 100% my claims denied due to my employer not paying my premium although I was charged
if you do not resign up in may then your insurance does not renew and after signing up just a little prior you dont realize that you need to reapply
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.