P. Marshall & Associates Benefits FAQ

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5 English questions out of 5

28 June 2021

What is health insurance like at P. Marshall & Associates?

Pros

- Unlimited PTO - Freedom & Flexibility (not micro-managed, at least in the real estate department) - Performance- based bonuses twice a year - Free lunch every day - Encouraging team & boss

Cons

- Insurance benefits are good but not amazing

Insurance benefits are good but not amazing

28 June 2021

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8 May 2021

Does P. Marshall & Associates offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Collaboration is important. Culture is all about empowering employees and driving us toward success. Allows everyone to make decisions to benefit the team, company, and client. They don’t have layers of approvals and hoops to jump through. Casual dress code, as in non-existing, because we are all adults who know what is work appropriate based on daily schedule. Free food, Unlimited PTO, flexible schedules with Work from Home. The atmosphere is inviting, teamwork is encouraged, and caters to both introverted and extroverted .

Cons

Pay is on the lower end for Telecom due to size of company, but is improving as we expand in size. Benefits for health, dental, and vision are expensive and lack the bells and whistles of larger companies coverage. No tuition reimbursement. Training and Development need to be addressed, with a Program and Leadership for direction and involvement. Organization has not restructured with growth, and continues to operate as a small flat organization even though the need for specialists and employee growth incentives are apparent for long term retention.

Advice to Management

Reassess organizational structure to account for growth. Development plan for work load increases and need to retain employees with advancement to support increase in client needs.

No tuition reimbursement.

8 May 2021

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29 January 2020

Does P. Marshall & Associates offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Relaxed office environment, catered daily lunches, fun out-of-office and in-office events, unlimited PTO, and upper-management willing to listen to those who aren't shy to speak up

Cons

The challenges of sustaining a flat organization

Advice to Management

Keep being transparent to those willing to learn and grow with the company.

office events, unlimited PTO, and upper

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8 May 2021

Does P. Marshall & Associates offer healthcare cash plans?

Pros

Collaboration is important. Culture is all about empowering employees and driving us toward success. Allows everyone to make decisions to benefit the team, company, and client. They don’t have layers of approvals and hoops to jump through. Casual dress code, as in non-existing, because we are all adults who know what is work appropriate based on daily schedule. Free food, Unlimited PTO, flexible schedules with Work from Home. The atmosphere is inviting, teamwork is encouraged, and caters to both introverted and extroverted .

Cons

Pay is on the lower end for Telecom due to size of company, but is improving as we expand in size. Benefits for health, dental, and vision are expensive and lack the bells and whistles of larger companies coverage. No tuition reimbursement. Training and Development need to be addressed, with a Program and Leadership for direction and involvement. Organization has not restructured with growth, and continues to operate as a small flat organization even though the need for specialists and employee growth incentives are apparent for long term retention.

Advice to Management

Reassess organizational structure to account for growth. Development plan for work load increases and need to retain employees with advancement to support increase in client needs.

Benefits for health, dental, and vision are expensive and lack the bells and whistles of larger companies coverage.

8 May 2021

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8 May 2021

Does P. Marshall & Associates offer dental insurance?

Pros

Collaboration is important. Culture is all about empowering employees and driving us toward success. Allows everyone to make decisions to benefit the team, company, and client. They don’t have layers of approvals and hoops to jump through. Casual dress code, as in non-existing, because we are all adults who know what is work appropriate based on daily schedule. Free food, Unlimited PTO, flexible schedules with Work from Home. The atmosphere is inviting, teamwork is encouraged, and caters to both introverted and extroverted .

Cons

Pay is on the lower end for Telecom due to size of company, but is improving as we expand in size. Benefits for health, dental, and vision are expensive and lack the bells and whistles of larger companies coverage. No tuition reimbursement. Training and Development need to be addressed, with a Program and Leadership for direction and involvement. Organization has not restructured with growth, and continues to operate as a small flat organization even though the need for specialists and employee growth incentives are apparent for long term retention.

Advice to Management

Reassess organizational structure to account for growth. Development plan for work load increases and need to retain employees with advancement to support increase in client needs.

Benefits for health, dental, and vision are expensive and lack the bells and whistles of larger companies coverage.

8 May 2021

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