Company provided meal options were usually really good. The employee portion of health insurance premiums were a little hight than I would have liked.
There are no benefits for a 1099. This means that during the off season, you either need to sell at home or look for other work.
expensive as hell with not alot of coverage
The meal tickets are actually pretty nice. They work at a few different restaurants. One individual was said to have saved those tickets and fed her entire wedding party on them.
The best thing about the benefits is it really is comprehensive, (as far as I can see, as a single college student).
The overall comensation is actually really good. Vivint has the most benefits out of any company I've worked for. The health insurance could be better. Such a high deductible . The company we have insurance as well is really bad about covering things. I've had multiple pre-authorized visits that they in the end deny and it's pulling teeth to get them to do anything about it.
the best thing about the benefits package is that there is a benefits package. sometimes you dont get a benefits package and those are the times that you dont benefit from a package.
good coverage for health care and dental, not sure about any negatives.
Expensive. Zero 401K match. Onsite Clinic with minimal care.
The incentives are amazing but must be earned
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