Extremely comprehensive - Provided by Allegis Benefits
Great Benefits and customizable coverage to your needs.
The benefit package is fair and comprehensive. One of the better packages I have experienced in my career.
The benefits were ala carte, which made selecting the coverages I needed for my family affordable. This was only the case my second year. The first year the only package offered would have eaten up 25-30% of my take home pay so i had to opt out
Limited vacation and limited approval to take it when earned, 401k matches only 50% of the first $1000, healthcare coverage is a typical monthly rate, but because they pay weekly it's 4x what other plans might cost, only senior leaders can participate in stock options etc
Pretty standard. Nothing surprise about the benefits package.
Lack of professionalism in the recruiters. I had doctors appointments out of town that I made the recruiter aware of in advance and then was asked to show up on those days to give them the required identification for I-9 paperwork (ID, passport, birth certificate, SSN card, etc). When I didn't come to their office on that day I was asked to bring a doctors note to prove to them I was actually where I said I was. As insulting as that was, I actually did bring them the note they wanted and then afterwards kept treating me like I was flaking out on the meeting times that they had set. Never once did I receive an apology or even a thank you for bringing the doctors note. During the whole hiring process as an independent contractor I was talked to like I was in high school. It felt like I was talking to a 16 year old that was trying to evaluate if I would fit in with their clique. I was also talked to about not completing forms to responding to their attempts to reach me. Come to find out, they would send an email one time that would get caught in my junk filter and anytime I was in their office to get a paycheck they would never mention that I didn't fill out this form or that form or answer some random question they had. Only after a deadline was exceeded would I be asked about it and then told "too bad, it's not my problem you didn't reply or send in the form in time. It's your responsibility, we asked you for it and you decided not to follow up." I know most people that use their personal email through gmail or yahoo or hotmail don't open their junk mail folder multiple times a day looking for something that they have no idea was sent to them. My junk mail filters hundreds of spam emails on a daily basis, I would literally have to spend hours on a monthly basis to go through them all to find something that I didn't know I should have been looking for. I never had problems getting any communications from anyone else, I never change my junk mail settings and I've never had an issue with anything of this nature until they started emailing me. Still to this day, no one else has had a problem sending me a message that I wasn't able to find in my inbox. I find it ridiculous that I ended up getting penalized for this when there were plenty of opportunities to mention they needed a response to an email. I would call their office at least once a week since my wife worked next to their office and I would have to authorize her to get my paycheck. The person that sent the emails to me(not my recruiter btw) would be the one I would talk to every week when I would have to authorize my wife to pick up my paycheck. Not once did she mention anything over the phone but when I would ask when a certain event/deadline would be approaching is the only time I would find out that it had already passed and that I need to make sure I respond to their emails. Extremely poor communication and extreme unprofessionalism from their employees as a whole. I would not expect to find this in what is supposed to be a Fortune 500 company.
I feel it's expensive for what you get.
Very poor benefits, very expensive also
The benefits package is expensive.
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