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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 ”
Suddenlink has basic benefits for a large telecom company. Good health insurance with reasonable premiums. Good coverages for a family.
Reduce cable pricing along with 401K plan.
The insurance is great! its very cheap, at my previous job I was paying double what I am now, and it was terrible insurance.
healthcare is great for all employees. no benefits for part-time. they would look every year to improve the benefits
The employee medical benefits premium was very affordable and helped my family. The enrollment was very easy and kicked in after our 90 day anniversary. The flexible spending program is offered as well.
Historically only 6 paid holidays, although post-Cablevision merger that has gone to 9. You only get 2 weeks of vacation until you hit 5 years of employment.
Excellent medical plans available with reasonable employee premiums and deductibles. Typical 401k match of 6%.
The best part was the health care package, but it does take a few months to take affect.
Vacation for first year is 2 weeks per year accrued throughout year, can carry over half of accrued vacation to next year. Five sick days per year Three difference insurance plans, dental, vision, short long term disability. EAP 401k is matched 50% up to 6% . So maximum 3% of your salary Many positions get company phone, truck, uniforms, boots, and tools Negative side is sick time accrues points that essentially punish you for using a so called benefit.
Average Benefits, expensive health insurance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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