Not all that! Way too expensive and lied about the FSA account. It ended up being an HSA account. Another employee said she had to call to have it changed to the FSA account. Which is silly when I selected this as an option while enrolling. They are now doing a dependent college scholarship and they also offer tuition reimbursement, which I have yet to use because who wants to give a presentation to the CEO and President for it? Not me!
They have an excellent, comprehensive benefits package!
The benefits aren't bad but they are a bit overpriced. Also, your benefits don't start until the first day of your third month there. They don't offer sick pay, which is ridiculous, and then they make it impossible to schedule your PTO so good luck if you need to take time off to see a doctor and actually use your insurance...
The benefits have such poor coverage they suggest you utilize a prescription savings card to afford needed medications.
Worst: PTO, Expensive health plans, Short/Long Term Disability Good: 401K, FSA,
3 weeks vacation, 1 floating holiday. You gain 8 hours of PTO time each year you've been there. You accrue roughly 4.62 hours each pay cycle which makes going into the negative really easy during your first year.
Basic benefits, 20% out of pocket deductible
Health insurance does not cover anything, need to have a FSA or HSA. So much out of pocket.
Don't take your time, you will be fired.
I don't know what the best things about the benefits. They fired me before I knew what happened. I got unemployment.. Yippee.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.