HEALTHCARE, DENTAL & OTHER COMPANY BENEFITS
The Net32 comprehensive benefit package provides both financial stability and protection. The company recognizes your contribution to the success of the organization by offering a competitive benefits package and accepts the role in helping you and your family to be healthy, feel secure and maintain work/life balance.
All eligible employees have access to the following Program:
Medical Benefits – Our medical plan is with BCBS. Net32 Inc. will pay 100% of the monthly premium up to $500 for a $500 deductible plan.
Dental Benefits – Net32 Inc. will pay 100% of the employee's monthly premium.
Voluntary Vision Benefits
Voluntary Life/AD&D & Dependent life insurance
Voluntary Short Term disability
Flex Spending Account
You will qualify to join into the benefits on your first day of employment.
We have company parties, free snacks & coffee, catered lunches and flexible work schedule.
401 (K) RETIREMENT PLAN
Net32 Inc. offers a 401K Retirement Plan with CUNA Mutual to all full time permanent employees with a 1.5% company match after one (1) year of employment.
PAID TIME OFF (PTO)
All full-time permanent employees will receive vacation pay on an accrual basis. Vacation of 10 days up to 4 years and 15 days starting the 5th year. Sick pay of 5 days per year is received on an accrual basis.
Company offers the standard federal holidays through the year.
We take pride in having employees develop professional interest and stay up to date with the latest technology. When you grow, we grow together. Continuing education is offered at the company management's discretion.
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