At Spring Venture Group, we are constantly looking for new ways to better serve the ever-changing needs of our employees. All employees are eligible for full benefits after 30 days of employment.
Fantastic benefits; medical, dental, vision, hearing, life, cancer, pet insurance, 401K, gym membership, many more.
Best thing is you get access to PTO & Benefits day one of the job. Between the sign on bonus and the upgraded commission structure through training, it seems like the job has good money. Once you get out of training, unless you're going above quota, which far less than half of our training class did right out of training, you will quickly find out how little $10/hr really is.
401k is only a 400 dollar match
Best: You have decent health coverage and PTO (sales people can rarely use PTO, most of their money comes from commission and they can't afford to take a week off and also still hit quota, I'd recommend a PTO reducing quota in some way so sales people can take vacations without worrying about hitting quota in only 3 weeks) Worst: 401k match is $700 a year. Only a few days for paid maternity leave.
Vacation - you get a lot of time off, but you are also not making any money when you take off aside from your hourly pay. Health Insurance is great, a little expensive but worth it. 401K very small match, I personally do not contribute to the 401K due to small match program at this time (that has been improving over the years tho).
They keep improving it. you make as much as you want to work
For being an insurance company, SVG’s benefits/family benefits sure do suck. Don’t get caught in this mess.
As a young company in terms of both the age of the company, and the median age of the employee, our benefits are decent. We have a $50 annual charitable donation match, and 1 paid volunteer day per year. The PTO is generous, at 20 days per year, years 1-5. Paid at a rate of $10 / hr. You are able to roll over 4 unused PTO days each year. Overtime pay is $12 an hour, you have at least 5 hrs of overtime on every week, mandatory. Of course, you have all the standard FMLA benefits. There is an end of year 401(k) match of $750. There are 5 paid days for parental leave.
Best thing is the flexibility of benefits and how the insurance bits. Worst part by far is the retirement planning. 401k match is a joke.
401k match is pretty poor, but improving year over year. Health insurance currently not available for spouses who are offered coverage through their employer, but they are planning to change that in the next year or two.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.