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‘Very fair with the amount of vacation days they offer to part time employees. ’
‘Decent benefits that are flexible ’
‘Standard leave for maternity and paternity ’
Bell is affiliated with many companies and provides good employee discounts on their services. There benefits package is really good in my opinion and their insurance policies has good coverage for you and your family.
Good pension plans, health and dental plan and good employee services. moderate returns for investments in company RRSP, TFSA. good benefits portfolio for kids and spouse.
Private health insurance was great. No problem
Best: - 35% off Bell home services. - grandfathered free cellphone line. - base 80% medical coverage, optional pay-in for additional coverage up to 90%. - Possibility to "buy" an additional vacation week. Worst: - 5 "sick" days per rolling calendar year (after 2 consecutive days, you need a doctor's note). - Additional vacation weeks are very slow to kick in and can change over the course of your employment (I was 1 year from getting 3 weeks when they changed the rules, which now brought me to 3 years). - Any errors they or the insurance company makes will be yours to pay back.
Good - insurance coverage Bad - no flexible work hours
Good benefits package. Can buy stocks, RRSP etc
health insurance, dental care is the worst
not enough coverage on dental
great insurance package, mental health spending, DC company plan is ok
Benefits come with a pension, very good health and dental insurance, all essentials seem to be covered at around 80-90% of the price along with some extras that are useful
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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