Current and former employees report that Workforce Opportunity Services provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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Health insurance is paid 100% by employer.
Health, vision, and dental care is relatively decent and cheap. The company is stingy with education benefits despite that being one of their major selling points.
There's no employee 401k option, only 10 PTO days including sick days, and pay is far below market value. Health insurance, vision and dental cover the absolute bare minimum. Employees are expected to work from home on traditional holidays such as Black Friday and New Years Day.
Went through a cohort they had via Columbia University and was selected out of 300+ to be in their class of 30+ to then be selected to be in their class of 15 followed by 6 that gained a contract. this was not a hiring process for the company we were assigned to work for. best thing was getting to know the people you were working with before actually working with them and gaining a foundation with them as to where and with you you would work best with so you can give the client your best effort. worst, the change in CSMs. too frequent. the moment you gain a connection to your CSM they change them and you'd have to start a report all over again with a new person.
100% paid health benefits which they also offer to contract workers (vets)
Health insurance and paid time off for contract work.
Best: Medical, Dental, Vision Not a 401K