Teleworking roles, flex time options, Pension, 401k matching, education reimbursement, separate Paid Sick, Vacation and Caregiving Leave pools, annual bonus, 1 month "renewal" paid leave after 7 years, maternity/paternity leave.
The worst thing about working for AARP?, they just don't pay their seniors enough money, no benefits, such as breaks and lunches. If you work 6 hrs a day you are not even entitled to a 15 min. break or a 20 min. lunch and that is not fair to a senior that is trying to help AARP.
Pension plan and 401(K), vacation and sick days separated
One of the few employers that still has a 401(k) AND a defined benefit pension plan. Not too shabby!
AARP offers very generous benefits. It has a very healthy pension plan in addition to offering a 401K. They offer several health care providers to choose from for insurance. While it depends on your own department head or director, it can be an extremely family-friendly environment.
The benefits are exceptional. However, the company's generous end of year bonus seems calculated to justify fairly small increases to base pay, thus restraining its cost of defined pension expenses. That said, both are virtually guaranteed and not many employers do that.
Terrific health care, 401K matching, and even a pension. Bonuses and raises seem disjointed from performance.
The comprehensive compensation package that they offer is very competitive.
AARP offers an excellent competitive benefits package. The 401k fund is managed by trowe price. Trowe price offers great benefits and advice to best utilize the fund.
Health plans with prescriptions that are $10 copay or no charge for maintenance pills I.e. diuretics. Vision, Dental, 401k, Legal Resources