The pay rate at the company is well over that of any other companies within the area. The company does pay a small amount of an insurance premium, but not much compared to other positions I've held. I believe for just the employee, it was around $150 monthly to carry insurance, and that's just not affordable for many people.
Increased cost was outrages. Poor HR help with coverage explanation. PTO offered but strongly discouraged for use of it. Non flexible hours despite rotating course offerings (day & late evening courses). No traditional breaks for holidays so very difficult to balance work & home life. Last year a colleague attempted to utilize FMLA for an emergent situation and was promptly fired. Although it is illegal HR had shared their starting FMLA paperwork with their department head who initiated the firing using that info.
They reduced our work hours in order to avoid giving us benefits.
Full time employees receive Medical, Dental, and Vision options for a high premium and not great coverage.
Available to choose a schedule that works for me
Low end benefits package that is roughly equivalent to what you would expect from a call center or employer with entry level employees.
It's extremely expensive even for high deductible plans. Not many options to choose from.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.