There are many benefit options available to full and part-time employees. (Part-time schedules can vary, up to 30 hours per week depending on your availability.) We offer you a fun and challenging work environment that fosters teamwork, inspires professional excellence and encourages contributions by all team members.
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“I was better off not using the health insurance through the job. It was horrible. You couldnt find anyone who would accept the type of insurance they offer, so you pay money from your paycheck to a company to help for your health cost that you can't even benefit from. I went with cdphp instead. ”
There are several choices and dental and vision are included. There is also life insurance and other benefits; pet insurance, short term disability as well as long term.
Low pay for too many responsibilities
The time off builds up fairly quick and the flexibility was nice. The benefits didn't really affect anything except your paycheck deducting money and yet you reap no actual benefits.
The benefits were not exceptional, to say the least. The child discount was a joke in that we barely made enough money to afford tuition for our own kids. The medical insurance was expensive and not very good.
No real benefits and you have to be full time and that takes forever if you were hired as part time.
Not great for part time employees.
The benefits package is very expensive considering how low the compensation is.
They tell you they have all the great benefits after your 90 days but they lie. The company considers you as part time even though you work full time, just so they don't have to cover any benefits. They offer it but unless you fight with them about it you won't see it.
time off is based on time out in. You pay your own insurance. Not the best insurance, but not the worst
Takes too long for benefits to kick in. And they still haven't sent me my card.
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