Cost of Medical is expensive compared to other staffing firms
The benefits package is pretty pricey for what if offers. You get paid approx. 400 a week and the benefits package take about 30-40 dollars a check.
no vacation or holiday pay, very expensive healthcare options that didn't actually pay for mujch
PTO is good. Benefits are WAY too expensive and complicated...not competitive at all.
Volt uses a market place for internal employee benefits. Many employees have had extensive issues signing up, if they even get the opportunity to sign up. The 401k is ok but Volt only matches at 1%. Time off and vacation are the only decent perks about the benefit package.
The health benefits only covered 1,500 of expenses and removed a hefty sum out of your paycheck. Volt employees don't receive holiday pay, little bit of overtime, and the salary never changes. There's no PTO, no sick hours, and no bonuses. Volt representatives aren't eligible for the same benefit or bonuses as the employees who get hired directly for the company that hired Volt.
Health benefits are decent nothing really stands out to make them great. 401K match. Paid Holidays.
There isn't one. Insulting insurance offerings. No 401K Match. No bonuses. You'll be lucky to even get a merit wage increase
Fair to all employees. Expensive and lots of options
The benefits offered are lean, benefits under plans are basic and costs to individual employees are expensive. If you are eligible for Vacation it's limited. Close to zero match on 401k.