Comprehensive Benefits Package

QWE Practice Guideline: 140: Enhance productivity through both monetary and non-monetary incentives

Target group: Any organization that employs or supports individuals with disabilities

Practice Description

All employees receive a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, retirement, and paid time off options.

Resources Needed

Subject matter experts/trainers

  • Human Resource expert to implement and manage benefits program

Implementation Process


  • Each employee is offered a comprehensive benefits package when hired
  • Benefits include medical and dental insurance
    • Employees can choose between three different employer-sponsored plans
  • Employees have access to an on-site primary care clinic, which is fully staffed by medical assistants, nurse practitioners, and a physician
    • This service comes at no cost to employees
  • Eligible employees can participate in an organization-matched 403B retirement plan, which includes a prorated vestment schedule and full vestment after 6 years of employment
  • Employees accrue paid time off benefits throughout the year along with paid holidays
  • Employees can take time off to seek medical treatment and for periods of incapacitation
    • Absences can be excused with proper medical documentation


  • Policies and procedures to define all details of the benefits program


  • Individuals
    • Employees feel appreciated and valued for their hard work and effort
    • Employees feel included in organizational success
  • Organizational
    • The organization helps employees lead a better quality of life and manage their work-life balance
    • The organization remains competitive within the local job market and retains a loyal workforce

NPA: Ready One Industries
Location: El Paso, TX
Date Submitted: 2015