Terrible benefits. I'm on my husband's insurance because ours is so terrible. I was paying $152 a month for us to basically not have insurance because the deductible was $4000 a year. So, we had to spend $4000 out of pocket, including prescriptions, before our insurance would kick in and pay anything. After that, they would pay 90%. Who spends $4000 a year unless they're sick?
The vision insurance was better than his is though.
The company benefits are very good but change once you retired.
The company provided 401K, stock options, great benefits--medical/vision/dental/tuition plan.
Answered - Head Service Rep (Former Employee) - Austin, TX
When I was there it had awesome benefits
Answered - Customer Service Representative--Business Accounts (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Health Insurance, maternity leave, paid time off
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Roy, UT
401K, Medical, and FMLA
Answered - Customer Care Rep (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
Good benefits like health, vision, dental
Answered - Telecommunications Technician (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Johnson City, TN
Answered - Retail Account Executive (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Medical, dental, vision, 401K, executive compensation, stock options, award winning training opportunities, tuition assistance, bonus structure
Answered - Director of Marketing (Current Employee) - Meriden, CT