Best thing is decent medical, dental and vision insurance. Oh and a 401 (k) for even the lowest position. You do get some of the most random discounts on the internet due to Vivint being majority owned by Blackstone which is partially owned by Goldman Sachs. Also, you do get decent discounts at some local stores and restaurants. The worst is Vacation. Unless you like going on vacations in February or March you are not going to find more than a day at a time free for you to use in almost all the other months throughout the year.
Contract employee, no 401k, no health care, no PTO(sales job). Very little to no benefits.
Overall good (health, life, vision, dental, some bonus/incentives, etc.) Bonus and small-medium incentives can vary greatly by department.
Full benefits, time off is hard to come by, PTO takes a long time to accrue.
Vivint has great perks. They have deals with local businesses to offer more food variety. They have their own clinic where you can receive great basic care and initial evaluations for a very low price.
overall commission was very competitive
Well Vivint allows you to work for yourself, so if fel like you need time off you can just take a vacation without answering to anyone
They really all sucked. The environment sucked, pay sucks and the job in itself sucks. I would NOT recommend this job to anyone.
it depends the maneger but overall as a company they reward you for your work
The health plan was nothing special and time off accrued at 2 weeks/year until you reached a middle management level. On the call center floor, you got 2 "unexcused" sick days before they straight up fired you. The 401k was nice, but could have had better matching rates.
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