ABC FAQ

Have questions about working at ABC? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at ABC.

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53 English questions out of 53

5 March 2021

Does ABC offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good benefits, medical insurance, dental flexi

Cons

Work like slave, small number of leave days

Good benefits, medical insurance, dental flexi

5 March 2021

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25 September 2020

Does ABC have a pension plan?

Pros

Great management, and good pension

Cons

Long hours, no overtime pay

Great management, and good pension

25 September 2020

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1 January 2021

Does ABC offer life insurance?

Pros

Reasonable compensation and balanced work-life

Cons

More flexibility needs to be provided

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13 February 2021

Does ABC offer employee discounts?

Pros

good company to work with

Cons

There's no staff discount and long working hour

There's no staff discount and long working hour

13 February 2021

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24 June 2020

Does ABC assist with or provide childcare?

Pros

One of the obvious benefits of working for a large company is that there are a lot of perks. For example, most large companies can offer a range of insurance options. This includes not only different options for medical insurance, but also supplemental insurance (like life insurance or even pet insurance). And, because the company is large, they are usually able to negotiate a better deal, which means there’s a good chance you’ll pay less out of pocket. But, there are usually other perks at a large company, too. There may be tuition reimbursement, on-site daycare, and even an on-site gym, restaurant, or dry cleaner. And, large companies are generally more likely to offer remote work options and flexible work schedules.

Cons

For a time, “thinking outside the box” was a big trend in business. It encouraged original and free thinking to help employees and leaders come up with new solutions to problems, instead of doing things “as we’ve always done them.” The truth, though, is that many large companies don’t like to think outside the box. Large companies are usually less open to change because they are risk-averse. While this caution helps maintain company stability (a pro), it does mean that large companies are slow to change. It can take forever to get things done thanks to the corporate structure, defined policies, and outlined procedures

site daycare, and even an on

24 June 2020

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