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“Best thing is that the portal is easy to use and helps you choose the best plan. Several choices. ”
“Employee match is a plus! ”
“Generous PTO and vacation, biweekly accrual ”
They offered (nearly) free cable, 401k, dental, vision & medical. But the insurance got pretty expensive.
Good coverage, dollar for dollar match. Company pays for life insurance. They allow you to choose from three different carriers so you're not bound by one.
Company vehicle for people working in the field to take home, 401 K managed by Fidelity company matching to a certain percentage. Health insurance, dental and vision offered
Employees were offered free cable and internet services. Medical, dental and vision benefits were phenomenal. Company matches 401K contribution, up to 6%. Plenty of employee discounts available.
Standard medical, 401K w/company match, 2 weeks vacation. Solid benefits package
Good basic plan that anyone would expect from a major company. 401K with $.50 matching up to the first 6% (While under Jerry Kent. I think this may change). Free cable and internet. Use of company vehicle to take home Vacation is 2 weeks for the first 5 years then 3 weeks from 5-10 and after 10 years it's 4 weeks. This may also change. Worst is no retirement plan other than the 401K no matter how long you work there
Average benefits. Nothing to get excited about.
Health insurance, retirement plan great environment
Their benefits package consisted of a basic tiered health coverage plan as well as free services from the company. They also gave away tickets to local events that the company sponsored.
The free internet is great. The recent update to the 401(k) match makes it very worthwhile (assuming the market doesn't completely tank by the time I retire). They offer paid vacation, but unless you schedule it at least 6 months in advance, good luck using it.
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