I really didn't have a problem with the benefits package. My biggest issue with taking vacation time is that as a sales person, I was still responsible for my quota, even though I was taking paid leave. Also, I joined the company pre 'IPO' and I received stock options; however, I later learned that there were many others less qualified than myself who received a significantly greater number of stock options. It took quite a while to become fully vested.
nothing special, you get company car and gas card. Down side is no marketing allowance
Best: Company Car gas card, good medical, dental, vision plans, 2 & 3 weeks paid vacation, sick leave Worst: Paid vacations and holidays that will be difficult to take because there isn't sales quota exemption while on vacation and holiday time off is not encouraged by management
The bendefit package wasn't bad it was pretty good a little expensive but of overall
Dental, Medical and Vision Options
Paid Vaca and Panel Bonuses
Very good overall benefits - only thing lacking was 401K matching and childcare assistance, but otherwise great coverage and good family/military leave policies. Also had ability to work from home often in my corporate role.
Tracking it, seeing commission per job easily online wasn't available
They have amazing health care benefits, including dental, health, vision, life, etc. The cost monthly out of your oaycheck was very minimal.
You start accruing vacation from day one. 2 weeks first year, 3 years after that, plus a handful of sick days. Health benefits were ok, monthly wasn't too bad, but higher than my previous employer, with a bigger deductible as well. 401k available, but no match.
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