Great perks - free meals, raffles, events, game room, quiet room, flexible shifts, and HR benefits. Open door policy. Flexible hours Amazing training Positive environment Multiple contracts Career advancement opportunities
Virtually no benefits, sketchy medical, no vacation. These people do not know how to keep a promise and the turnover is terrible.
Starts after 60days. 401k is automatic.. so you have to not enroll if you decline
They have a 4% match of 100%. Benefits expensive but its like that most companies right now. So rate hikes are expected, budget your benefit premiums appropriately. They pay for LTD 100% and life insurance up to your annual salary for free.
Low wages but they make up with it with pretty nice benefits like cheap healthcare options (although there isn't an HSA option with high deductible policies), 401k/Roth matching contributions that start at 4% of your salary and increases annually. Confusing attendance policy points system for unplanned absences.
I would not know what they were.... but people hated having it ... they force you into a 401k without asking before hand and you have to opt out by calling
Benefits are awesome if you are the only one you are having to insure but they are not inexpensive when trying to add any family members to the plan. Almost as much as an entire paycheck in some cases.
Worst - very expensive for a relatively run of the mill benefits package.
Health insurance, matching 401K, health/wellness
Decent benefits, place still sucks, wouldnt recommend.
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