The time off is great for administrative staff and for management. The 401k is pretty instant but there basically is no match. Trying to improve benefits and culture.
Benefits? They deduct hours from your PTO for every time you go under 20 working hours (below base). They offer dental, health insurance, 401K, mileage reimbursement(.20)
Benefits? They deduct your pto every time you go under 20 hours (base). They do offer health, dental and retirement but the insurance covers very minimum.
One of the biggest downfalls of the benefits package is that you do not get health insurance until after 60 days, which makes it difficult for individuals who have pre-existing medical conditions, diagnoses that need consistent treatment, or other concerns. For a community service/health agency, you would hope that they would understand the importance of ensuring that employees coming on are able to have their own continuity of care, as the agency stresses for their consumers/clients. The insurance now is incredible, however, and it is such a relief to finally have a PPO after years of having an HMO that restricted what providers you could see and takes away the need for a referral for every single provider you see. PTO could be better, but in comparison to a few years ago has come a long way. Sick time should be provided separately from PTO, as a majority of your staff work in the community - from homes to schools to other community agencies that they collaborate with - and with the difficult nature of the work they do, they should be allowed to take PTO for self care time instead of having to save it in fear that they may get sick; or conversely lose it due to illness and then have no time for self care or a mental health day.
6 paid holidays. Very limited sick and vacation time. Long hours often have to put in to get minimmm client load. No reimbursement for mileage
They give 8 days of paid time off total, that they make you use for snow days and cancellations even if you worked in the field for more than 40 hours that week. If you actually get sick or take a vacation by the time winter is over, it'll be unpaid. You can pay into short term disability, but if you get sick before paying into it for 12 months, you'll get nothing.
dental and vision benefits are good, bad are that they don't offer tuition reimbursement, repayment loan options,
Low pay and payroll errors are constant
There's nothing really special about the benefits package. It's pretty standard, and while I have no complaints I also have no significant praise for it.
Health insurance coverage was good though too expensive month to month. Hourly pay was ok though tough at times because it only counted if your client kept the appointment. Travel (mileage) pay was given for in-home visits which was very nice. Vacation and time off did no appear substantial.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.