Current and former employees report that Workforce Logiq provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“My client didn't have standard 9-5 hours and was very understanding of my time. WFQ works to benefit the client so it was an all around win. ”
“There was much available in person, webinar or online”
“As a director, I do not like work from home.”
Available depending on weekly hours
I get no paid time off at all. I thought I got sick time, but when I tried to use it, it was denied. They say they offer medical to qualified employees, but since contracts are only written for six months (and then later extended to nine and then 12 months), no one really qualifies. After 12 months, there's a mandatory three-month break, so even if I did get medical, it would end after one year and I'd have to reapply if I get a new contract (and there's never any guarantee of a new contract). I'm at three years now. But I do work from home full-time, so that's nice.
The absolute benefits. Spent over $1,000/month on benefits and my copays were still over $100 at doctor's office even after the supposed insurance. Absolutely ridiculous.
The lack of a comprehensive one.
No 401k matching. About $300 a month for insurance out of pocket. No PTO or sick days in certain states.
Not great benefits , no 401k match or paid vacations
Quite expensive but expected. No sick pay or bereavement
401k, health and dental insurance, pto, partial tuition reimbursement
Good 401k offerings for employees
Total Compensation Structure is not clear.