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« You can stay home for 5 days when sick and get paid »
Best thing is massage, chiro, psychology etc. Worst thing is no rsvp matching, time off is bare minimum and not flexible w remote working
Not worth paying for if you are healthy and dont need medication
You have to pay for your extended health benefits (around 40 dollars), 80%, 2 weeks of paid vacation (3 weeks if you are in the club), 5 sick days, 2 flex days, Cereal monday, Fruit wednesday, few events
Great benefits, 100% MSP covered and 75% Dentist plan
Msp is mostly if not entirely covered which is a plus, strong dental and medical with good extra benefits like physio and massage.
Great vision coverage, okay dental coverage.
They cover 50% of the MSP & the extended health benefits cost around $30. The benefits reimburse you 80% of what you paid at the massage, dentist, etc for most of the part with a limit up to a certain amount on a certain number of years.
best - flexible time worst - vacations are one % of the salary, its not clear , feels like if you take vacations you wont get paid for those days that you take off. Technically , if you don't take vacations in the year that means "you earn more money that you are suppose to".
They have a benefits package which you need to pay into out of your pay cheque... Not worth it imo
4% vacation pay, half of MSP is covered, crappy dental and vision benefits, the lady who manages payroll and medical benefits is completely incompetent.
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