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“not what I expected as far as hours available”
As a Independent Contractor, you are responsible for your own benefits. The best suggestion is to prepare for any insurance benefits, etc., outside of counting on it coming from the company.
Working from home that is all.
No benefits unless you personally paid out of pocket for them
I did not select any benefits
Worst is there is none. Zero benefits. Best is, well there is no best.
There are no benefits available
They offer it but it's not very comprehensive
You normally don't enough hours to afford the insurance.
There isn't any kind of benefits
There is no Benefits Package. Being hired and working is the only benefit.
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