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Invictus Benefits

Invictus recognizes that a rich benefits program helps attract and retain and talented candidates, who in turn, directly support Invictus in achieving client satisfaction. Invictus will periodically review the benefits program and will make modifications as appropriate.


Invictus offers a rich and comprehensive health and welfare insurance program to all full-time employees and their families.  All group insurances are underwritten by national and/or international insurance carriers.

The following coverages are available, as defined and outlined by each provider’s summary plan description:

– Medical Health Care Insurance (considered Platinum Level coverage in accordance with the Affordable Care Act regulations).
– Dental Care Insurance
– Vision Care Insurance
– Company Sponsored Group Term Life Insurance
– Voluntary Term Life Insurance
– Company Sponsored Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
– Short-Term Disability Insurance
– Long-Term Disability Insurance
– Business, Accident, Travel Insurance
– Employee Assistance Plan (24/7 confidential access; designed to help employees understand or overcome personal problems)


Invictus understands the importance of an appropriate work-life balance, which enables employees to split their time and energy between work and the other important aspects of their lives.  To promote a healthy work-life balance, Invictus provides its employees with the following paid time off:

Personal Time Off – Time off during a scheduled workday, will count against an employees accrued Personal Time Off (“PTO”), as appropriate, in hourly or full day increments.  Full-time employees accrue PTO hours on a per pay period basis, which equates to eighteen to twenty-three days annually, dependent on company tenure.

Paid Holidays – Full-time employees are eligible for holiday pay.  Part-time or temporary employees are not eligible. Invictus recognizes 11 paid holidays:  New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Bereavement Leave – Full-time employees are eligible to take up to five (5) workdays with pay to attend the funeral and/or to take care of personal matters related to the death of a member of the employee’s immediate family.

Jury Duty – Invictus will reimburse full-time employees for the difference between an employee’s jury duty compensation and employee’s regular base compensation, not to exceed eight (8) hours per day, for a maximum of ten (10) business days.

Military Reserve/National Guard Service – Invictus will reimburse full-time employees for the difference between an employee’s military compensation and employee’s regular base compensation, not to exceed eight (8) hours per day, for a maximum of ten (10) business days, to fulfill their annual training requirement.


Under specific circumstances, employees may be eligible for an unpaid leave of absence:

Family Medical Leave of Absence – In general, a leave of absence is an official authorization to be absent from work without pay for a specified period of time. Eligible employees may be entitled to job-protected family or medical leaves of absence if they are unable to come to work due to pressing family or medical concerns as described in the Family Medical Leave Act, which shall be administered in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws.

Military Reserves or National Guard Leave of Absence – Employees who serve in U. S. military organizations may take the necessary time off to fulfill their active duty obligation, and will retain all of their legal rights for continued employment under Federal law.



Invictus provides employees access to participate in a tax-deferred savings investment account program, regulated under Federal law.   Invictus will match 50% of an employee’s contribution for the first 6%-of-salary that an employee contributes to the plan.  All regular full-time employees are eligible to participate in the plan.









Invictus will reimburse eligible education expenses up to an annual maximum of $5,250.

Eligible education expenses are:

Tuition and/or required course materials for successfully completed coursework offered by an accredited college or university (satisfactory completion of the course includes the award of a minimum grade of “B” or “Pass” as appropriate), and

Directly work-related or in support of a degree that is work-related, and

Undertaken while employed by Invictus.


Certain training events may be eligible for reimbursement, in partial or in full.  To be eligible, training activities must be directly work-related, cost-appropriate, offered by a reputable provider, and undertaken while an employee of Invictus.


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