It was a arduous process getting enrolled in the benefits package. I had resend documents multiple times. However the benefits were good and I kept some of the benefits after leaving which I still have today.
Health insurance was mid range
they are good benefits and a company to work for
Decent benifits package. Low 401K matching. 4 weeks of PTO/Sick time. No maternity leave beyond the FMLA time.
401k matching, comp services, decent medical and dental, paid time off. It is difficult to understand or find someone that can explain the benefits properly to you when you have questions.
Outside of the initial hiring orientation the HR department isn't very proactive in explaining the benefits. They don't visit any offices outside of HQ.
Best: time off accumulates quickly Worst: time off is a completed combination of vacation days, floating holidays, and personal leave days that accumulate and expire at different rates, and have different maximums.
Cost for a family of 4 was expensive
401K is now 50 cents to the dollar. You pay for all medical and dental benefits. CSR gets $1 for every sale
Best some benefits same as Burger king. Worst is you pay for them
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.