Paid 2 week vacation and 401k contribution are good. Not a good health insurance options.
No health insurance offered, no paid time off, no opportunities for advancement or consistent raises. Worked there for years as a 'temp' which they contract out so they don't have to provide benefits.
Veritude is a temp agency which provides underpaid employees for a Billion dollar company, Fidelity Investments, in order for Fidelity to keep from having to pay for vacation and health insurance costs for 30-40% of their employees.
Finding a position with great health insurance wasn't a priority for me when I began working for Veritude as I was covered through my spouses insurance. The greater priority was getting my foot in the door with an excellent company which Veritude provided with Fidelity Investment (especially for someone changing industries). The higher hourly rate more than made up for where the company was lacking in health benefits as well as in unpaid time off. I also appreciated the fact that I could still contribute to an excellent 401K program through Fidelity, even as a contractor. Finally, the one week's pay for every 1,000 hours worked is a great benefit - essentially works out to 2 weeks extra pay to help cover time off.
temporary short term position and training
Benefits are just basic (preventive care)
Health care is terrible, bad.
No vacation. There is a bonus after 2000 hours, then every 1000 hours after that, which is nice. But the medical is practically non-existent. That's difficult for someone with a family.
Standard benefits package. The one outstanding feature is that they pay an extra week's salary for each 1,000 hours billed. This makes up a bit for not having vacation.
Heath insurance does not meet MA minimum requirements. Every 1,000 hours get a pay reward. Hourly wage allows for overtime pay.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.