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30 English questions out of 30

November 11, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at Excell?

Pros

you get a pay check

Cons

You will be under paid, under appreciated, and you will over pay for benefits. A point of reference, the 2022 benefits package paperwork was sent out recently and many of us received the paperwork of what a CompuCom direct hire would be paying as well as what we as Excell employees are paying. Every single health option we had (we had two fewer options than CompuCom) has us paying at least double for the exact same health coverage. At best you get lip service from management but nothing ever changes for the better, but we have seen things get worse

Advice to Management

Stop screwing your employees and try to be decent human beings, I'm not even asking for great here, but you can all do far better

A point of reference, the 2022 benefits package paperwork was sent out recently and many of us received the paperwork of what a CompuCom direct hire would be paying as well as what we as Excell employees are paying.

November 11, 2021

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November 11, 2021

What is health insurance like at Excell?

Pros

you get a pay check

Cons

You will be under paid, under appreciated, and you will over pay for benefits. A point of reference, the 2022 benefits package paperwork was sent out recently and many of us received the paperwork of what a CompuCom direct hire would be paying as well as what we as Excell employees are paying. Every single health option we had (we had two fewer options than CompuCom) has us paying at least double for the exact same health coverage. At best you get lip service from management but nothing ever changes for the better, but we have seen things get worse

Advice to Management

Stop screwing your employees and try to be decent human beings, I'm not even asking for great here, but you can all do far better

Every single health option we had (we had two fewer options than CompuCom) has us paying at least double for the exact same health coverage.

November 11, 2021

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November 23, 2020

Does Excell offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

Just started and the environment seems professional but not uptight. Reimbursement for certifications as well as tons of material to help you achieve those certs

Cons

I haven't found a con yet

Reimbursement for certifications as well as tons of material to help you achieve those certs

November 23, 2020

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November 30, 2020

Does Excell offer health savings accounts?

Pros

I was a contract UX Researcher at Microsoft through eXcell/CompuCom. - Comprehensive benefits, including ones that many companies don't have for contractors (health, vision, dental, 401k with employer match, HSA with employer match, PTO, holiday pay, bereavement leave, $500 education allowance, transportation). - Decent pay for UX researchers just starting out. Not sure about more senior roles. - Good communication.

Cons

- Healthcare is expensive. - The administrative side is really annoying (e.g. onboarding, frequent password resets, etc.). - No sick leave.

Comprehensive benefits, including ones that many companies don't have for contractors (health, vision, dental, 401k with employer match, HSA with employer match, PTO, holiday pay, bereavement leave, $500 education allowance, transportation).

November 30, 2020

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November 30, 2020

What is the retirement plan like at Excell?

Pros

I was a contract UX Researcher at Microsoft through eXcell/CompuCom. - Comprehensive benefits, including ones that many companies don't have for contractors (health, vision, dental, 401k with employer match, HSA with employer match, PTO, holiday pay, bereavement leave, $500 education allowance, transportation). - Decent pay for UX researchers just starting out. Not sure about more senior roles. - Good communication.

Cons

- Healthcare is expensive. - The administrative side is really annoying (e.g. onboarding, frequent password resets, etc.). - No sick leave.

Comprehensive benefits, including ones that many companies don't have for contractors (health, vision, dental, 401k with employer match, HSA with employer match, PTO, holiday pay, bereavement leave, $500 education allowance, transportation).

November 30, 2020

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