Health benefits as a contractor are not as good as being a full time employee of a company
Not fully vested in 401k, health benefits expensive.
Worst? Everything. The health insurance was awful and there is barely any vacation time. STAY FAR AWAY!
It is a standard package but the cost to employee is on the lower side of what I have experienced in the past.
Great health insurance, short waiting period for eligibility when hired. Good online access to insurance info and history. Need to re-evaluate paid time off plan.
Health benefits are terrible: $800/month for family and there is so much out-of-pocket. 401k match is highly discretionary. No fringe benefits.
Pretty standard benefits. Insurance and 401k are typical and adequate. Vacation/PTO is generous, but you should only take it during the slow season.
PPO was nice. You had a good selection of Doctors and it certainly covered what it was supposed to cover. However, it was EXTREMELY expensive. Took a nice chunk out of each paycheck Wasn't a problem for the top 5% wage earners (ie partners), but for everyone else, it was definitely noticed coming out of your paycheck.
Standard package. Health Insurance was pricey.
Probably the worst benefits for a ranked public accounting firm. - 6.5 holidays each year - All employees with fewer than 20 years (at UHY) have 15-18 PTO days. - Expensive insurance with no HMO option. - No profit-sharing and discretionary bonuses/401k match. - Suit and tie dress code
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