ValueOptions offered a typical benefits package with relatively low insurance premium, adequate PTO, but poor retirement options and no 401k match.
They do not negotiate and they do not provide transit or have an effective occurance policy.
The vision insurance and health was OK as far as I knew while I was there
Paid time off and sick time, health/dental/vision
Lots of different options very coverages and insurances.
Good paid vacation which you are encouraged to take although you can carry some of it over to the next year.
Offer lots of options, but they are pricey
There were good opportunities to get continuing education for license requirements. I had no issues with the benefits package, but also did not need any of the health benefits while working there.
No 401k match offered by company.
Vacation time is the only benefit that is worth anything.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.