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Which benefits does Vitalyst provide?
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Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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Average at best. 401k is minimal.
Good insurance with some additional benefits such as legalshield and idshield.
Solid Benefits for a mid-size company
Having to jump through hoops to get a reasonable rate on health insurance
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I left Medallia and started a new HRIS Manger role at a large healthcare organization. It’s my first week and there are several red flags: * For the next 6 weeks, I am at an overflow location completely separated from all but 2 members of my team. It is an interior office with no windows in a large office building. It is like working in a walk-in closet. * When we move, the hybrid option I was led to believe was an option will not be.
I got laid off from Cap 2 months ago before my 2 year mark. I’ve been trying to find another job since then but it’s been extremely challenging. I hardly hear anything back from anyone. I either don’t have a enough experience or overqualified. It’s been so depressing and I’m totally burnt out. I thought I could take some time off but I can’t afford to do it because of financial reasons. I need to look after my family. I have no clue what to do anymore.
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Very average across the board. Nothing great, but has what you'd expect as far as health, PTO, 401K, etc.
Average benefit package. Medical insurance was OK; they screen yearly for the typical things - cholesterol etc. What really was an exercise in futility that you also had to complete a health coaching thing, which was a waste of time and overall useless. PTO counted sick time AND vacation time, which seems standard anymore.
401k, Health Insurance, PTO, Maternity Leave
Takes very long to get benefits.
Health insurance isn't very expensive, with pretty decent benefits, as long as you're not adding any non-employees (spouse or children).
Standard benefits package.