SkillPath offers its employees a generous benefits plan, including:
Health and Wellness
SkillPath has 25% base matching on 403b contributions. The health insurance pretty good and they had historically kept the cost pretty low.
The benefits include free travel and hotel and a $40 per diem to cover food. This is wonderful if you love to travel! Because you are an independent contractor, there are no other benefits to speak of. For example, no health insurance, no 401(k), etc. However, many tax benefits as a business owner contracting with SkillPath, so make sure you have a smart accountant who can help you out with this! You do have a rental car paid for when you travel. So I put Unsure under company car.
Love the Benefits. Wish there was child care assistance program.
SkillPath matches a minimum of 25% of what you contribute to your $403b. Some years they have matched us dollar for dollar. This incentivises everyone to plan for their retirement. The health insurance benefit is unparalleled.
Fairly reasonable health insurance,50% match for retirement Can no longer sell vacation back to company
Best benefits I have ever seen, and I was in recruiting!
There was no benefits package, except graduated commission scale.This scale was hard to meet in smaller training classes, but easy in the larger classes. Sales are all dependent on trainer's use of materials to sell in the presentation. The more SkillPath materials you use, the easier it is to sell what you have.
401k is great and was matched at a very high % of your annual salary. Medical/Dental/Vision were all incredible; I had a shoulder surgery and paid $50 total, out of pocket.
The company is registered as a non for profit organization, therefore at the end of the year they can reinvest the earnings and pump it into the employees. The benefits program itself is pretty good. Solid health insurance. Great 403b (401k) program, PTO is good. You get 5 unpaid days your first year, much like "flex-time" and you build a month a day after your first month. Once your first year anniversary hits, you get 2-weeks paid, plus continuing to build that one day a month.
Fantastic benefits package and the retirement in particular. They are very accommodating to first year employees that might need time off.
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