Love that the vacation and sick time rollover. I wish the personal days did as well.
Retirement contribution. Good health plan. Pet and legal insurances.
Fully Vested after five years
Pay could be a bit higher, interns don't get extra benefits like full time employees (not complaining, just stating)
Good health coverage included in benefits package
People are pretty friendly, but many on the employers dont have much tolerance. Not a horrible place to work.
health insurance and the freedom to think and work
Insurance is offered to PT employees working 18h or more, but it takes a large chunk of paycheck.
As a full time exempt, you’re not eligible for overtime pay, but in 1-4 years, you get 22 vacation days, along with 3 personal days per year and in 5 years, you get 25 days. As a non-exempt, you get 10 vacation days, 15 days, 22, or 25 days depending on how many years you’ve worked for the organization. Regarding the child tuition program, your child can get approximately $15k for college tuition per year.
Barely any time off. Can't use sick days and vacation time together. Medical insurance and other employee perks are minimal
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.