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“You accrue one day per month depending on position/title”
“Employee pays more for the benefits than the company contributes. The cost of the health coverage took a chunk out of bi-weekly paycheck which made it difficult to pay personal bills.”
“Not much of a 401K match. ”
I would give this 4.5 stars. The benefit options are good. They offer many plans with different deductibles. I have a $350 deductible. They also have dental and vision. You can elect to purchase life insurance, disability insurance, and other types of insurance. PTO is standard. You accrue on day per month.
3% 401k, average healthcare premiums, 12 days of PTO
pto, life, dental, health, sick
Health Benefits is on par
paid time off, encourages flexibility while at work
There were no additional benefits for employees below the VP level. Employees tend to work inconvenient and long shifts, including on major holidays, and often must deal with unpleasant customers.
Lots of options - healthcare, vision, dental, 401k with company match, short term, long term, hospital indemnity, etc. Very low PTO compared to similar companies, PTO is not tiered by level, capped after 5 years. Not great maternity/paternity leave options.
The medical benefits were too expensive.
They offer a "Perks" program that allows us to save money on all sorts of products and services.
Benefits were typical / average
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