Medical free for staff. Week off between Christmas and New Years as paid Holiday!
401k, health insurance, vacation and sick time
They offer three different options. I currently have the employer-sponsored medical which includes an HSA that the company puts $500 into. The plan I have is free to employees and once I hit my deductible, all services, including copays, are paid for by insurance.
PTO and vacation are accrued versus a guaranteed 2 weeks of per year. The accrued time builds over time and doesn't expire. There are pros and cons in both options. If you're a person who is sick often and need to stay home, someone who goes to other states to visit friends, go on cruises with your significant other, or even take vacation time when your kids have vacation, 2 weeks might work best. Downside is, it's a user it lose it per year deal. If you're like me and push through sickness, doesn't care to visit people longer than a weekend, is childless, and/our are just a crazy workaholic with no hobbies, then accruing the time off is perfect. The half a day I'll actually want to leave early from being ill will still be there four years from now. Those 4 hours...and then some.
Free health care options if there are no dependents Company values health and wellness
Coverage for needed item with highest level Humana plan seemed limited. Former employer plans required much less out of pocket
They do not match anything for your 401k until after being employed over 1 year there - makes it impossible for CDS/CDA teaching positions because you get laid off in the summer and it resets.
The health insurance plan is great.
heath is through Humana - good coverage.
low cost / no cost medical ins
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