No major benefits, we act as independent contractors
Health insurance from office. Dental insurance from Keller Williams corporate. That's it :(
1099, there are no typical benefits like insurance or mileage reimbursement that come with a 1099 but that is par for the course. They do a good job training and legitimately want to see you succeed, but no one is going to put in the work for you. I ranked them higher because I do consider the training and resources to be a benefit
Descent benefits - good health insurance and dental, but not any other options
No real benefits package for staff. Just sick days and PTO days. They will reimburse your medical insurance, depending on your plan.
Great mentoring and training. Since you are technically "self-employeed" there are no health benefits.
Most workers are independent contractors with no benefits at all. Insurance, taxes, supplies, etc. must all be paid for by each individual.
lots of company perks but no health insurance
You are an independent contractor, so 1099, and health care coverage is pretty expensive because you pay for this yourself. There is no 401K plan either so you have to plan all that for yourself too.
None as a contract employee
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