The biggest benefit of working at TQL is the unlimited opportunities. You are, in many ways, running your own small business at TQL using the industry-leading tools, technology, and training that TQL provides. If you are successful, there are no limits to your earning potential, and leaders are quickly identified and recognized – more than 90% of our current sales management team has been promoted from within.
Other benefits include:
All the goods and basics are in there. HR is helpful with all benefit questions.
40 hours each year for vacation. 16 hour personal time off
Great benefits - HR is very helpful in the process as well.
Best thing about the Benefits package is the coverage is very good 90-10 on all health benefits. The con is you pay for it
starts a month after you begin working there.
I haven’t had the chance to talk about the benefit yet. But from the interview, the benefits such as paid vacation, casual dress code seemed very tempting and fair.
My health insurance wasn’t that great for me and my family when we had a problem.
Great benefits overall! - Full health and legal benefits for yourself and dependents -- Spouse can be covered if unemployed or current employer doesn't offer coverage - 401k available with 6% company match - 10 paid vacation days every year, your start date is your anniversary - You get 15 vacations days per year once you hit your 5 year mark - Vacation days roll over for 2 years - 2 personal days per year, January is anniversary for these - 7 paid sick days per year - Opportunity to earn additional vacation days if willing to work holidays - Can work out of any office in the country without having to take vacation days
Great insurance, paid time off, vacation, and perks
I have been very impressed with the benefits program at TQL I had two major life events one birth and one death happen within about a month of each other. The Insurance to take care or my wife and cost of birth was AMAZING as was the support and time off when I needed it for not only the birth (paid paternity leave) but also when I had to take off for a funeral (paid bereavement leave).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.