It's not transparent. There is very little information given out and they give you very little time to review the information and then make an educated decision. Therefore, most employees under 26 remain on their parents' plans.
No benefits that I was made aware of for full-time canvassers whatsoever
Great health insurance with a large network. 401k match program. More than enough vacation and sick days.
Pros: They offer a decent amount of vacation and holiday time (one week vacation and the end of your first year, raising to two and then three weeks in 2nd-5th years), a 401K plan, a solid 100% paid for health care plan in most cities, student loan assistance, and most recently a commuter benefit plan that allows you to purchase commuter passes pre-taxes. Cons: Vacation benefits do not kick in until you've been on staff for 12 months. Health care benefits kick in after 3 months. Student loan assistance is all well and good, but when salaries are as low as they are it only goes so far.
Student Loan Assistance program, 401K, Health and Dental coverage; however none of these are available until up to 90-365 days on staff
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.