Good insurance, Good retirement option, paid leave and holidays
The premiums are competitive but still a bit to high for the salary being made. The company offers a variety on health and flex benefits. The perks are pretty good too.
Vacation time accrual is excellent 5 hr per pay period
Pros vision and dental are helpful Con medical coverage is not the best for the price your salary can really afford it should be paid by the employer
Not many options. Not cost effective when compared to salary.
Great healthcare plans established with #1 401K retirement plans, A vacation every year,
The worst thing about the benefits is the premiums and the co-pays, especially if you have to be referred to a specialist.
Benefits are mediocre could be better.
Excellent benefits. 12 paid holidays annually, 10 hours sick leave and 10 hours of annual leave per month for the first 5 years and after that the amount of annual leave increases. Also 6 hours education leave annually. 401K, medical, dental, vision, and life insurance offered
Pros: pension and 401 K completed vested after 5 years.12 paid holidays, 10 hours of sick days and 10 hours of vacation days every month. Unused days carry over to the following years. Cash out unused vacation days when you leave the company. Cons: Everything else (7 minutes per call=45 calls per day or you will not get a 3% merit increase in July), any supervisor and any manager from anywhere can approach you and ask you personal questions, that you have to answer because are above you, Economic Support Specialist II are hired over you making $ 2,000.00 year more. No promotions, trained and doing the job of a caseworker (must score 80 higher in all training that is food stamps, medicaid, tanf, abd medicaid, gateway, etc.) or your employment is terminated in 3 days even though you are not a caseworker . The administrator is always gossiping with the cleaning lady about the employees. etc. There is no end to the negative. Benefits package: Medical insurance is horrible. Company pays for nothing and employees pay for everything. Employees pay a premium through payroll deduction, and a large deductible and co payment when you go to the doctor.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.