Good health insurance but you pay a bigger portion than employer. Very noticeable when take home pay is low. Absolute minimal 10k pay out for life insurance. They (Human Resources) keep adding or subtracting PTO days and sick days.
Pro: Free adjustments, schedule flexiblity, potential for extra earning through commission. Cons: no health insurance, PTO, or paid vacation
Benefits were great and affordable. all your standard stuff, 401K takes a year to get though.
Free adjustments was the best part of working here. The hours have potential to be flexible. But there is no overall room for growth within the company.
It wasn't terrible, but there was big push for selling maintenance plans to everyone that walked in the door.
at the end of the year they help with finding health insurance and all but never actually provide.
There are almost no benefits. After one year you get 401K options but that is about it. In terms of health coverage, you get free chiropractic care and a "call-in" service if you are sick (Telehealth).
No health benefits. However receive chiropractic adjustments.
No benefits except for covering malpractice insurance at the facility. They wonder why they can't get employees to stay but have no investment in them or their futures.
No 401k, no health insurance, time off doesn't make since with commission structure
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