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‘The price and deductible have increased drastically since Obamacare was enacted.’
‘With both Paid Time Off and Sick Leave, salaried employees rarely use all the hours earned as long as they're attendance is great.’
Free health clinic, low insurance rates, yearly bonuses, competitive pay, and great vacation time.
Benefits are comparable to other organizations in the area. They were better before the Affordable Care Act.
Super duper awesome benefits yep
Excellent benefits, full package offerings, no cost for employee, onsite health clinic
Great Benefit package, Health, Dental, Vision. Employee Health Clinic. Prescription Plan. 401k matching. Paid time off.
No matching 401K plan. Good working atmosphere. Upper management was open to suggestions and listened to concerns. Pay period was 1-15 and 16- end of month as opposed to every two weeks. No paid dental. No paid optical. No minimum life insurance paid by employer. No relocation allowance. No cafeteria plan. Poor selection of health care providers. Three month waiting period for health insurance. No AD&D. Can only carry over 5 days of leave at end of year. Company vehicle provided on site for all employees for official business. Mgmt was out of state. Site visits provided by mgmt. Freedom given to team to operate. Three year contracted position. competitive salary. No enough employees were hired on the contract. Subcontractor were not conductive to the overall operation. Disparity of benefits among subcontractors.
Offers insurance, 401k, paid annual leave, sick leave and numerous holidays. Insurance was more affordable before Affordable Care Act.
The matching for the 401k is amazing; the benefits package is all-around unbeatable for the area.
Insurance is low cost but also poor quality; you get what you pay for.
Great Benefits!! Insurance is a big plus..
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