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“Work in your own home, no need for traveling.”
“It is expensive for what one makes an hour.”
“you miss out on a lot of policy changing and you have to catch up on the fly”
They have good benefits but it Is expensive for the pay
Vacation & Paid Time off as well as plenty over time with occasional mandatory time off
Health insurance is unfortunately a joke. My deductable for just me is 5000$, and that is with their PPO plan. They have a 401k but they do not also contribute towards it. So only good thing is my contributions are before taxes.
Extremely sparse time off, hard to use, often forced to use it to cover mandatory time off so nothing left to actually use for a vacation.
Great time off package with 2 weeks of PTO and Holiday pay. Time off is earned by the hours you work. Although any days missed regardless of the reason are debited from PTO and Holiday pay balance.
great benefits i love the job
There is nothing bad about the benefits package, It is robust and affordable.
Good PTO accrual levels, no 401(k) match.
The benefits are a high, not very affordable, since you will be getting paid at less than the poverty line. Not sure how this company gets away with that.
The only thing I will be using is 401k. I don't have enough after bills to afford benefits. Go figure, right? Yeah, I guess I'll just stay on state benefits because SDC pays a pittance compared to what a college graduate in IT should be paid.
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