Competitive benefits package.
Good: There's an onsite cafeteria (in each of the towers, so you don't have to walk too far). Food is pretty good (except for the seafood!!) and cheaper than restaurants. There's also a free onsite nurse. She can do most things a normal doctor's office can and can even write prescriptions. A gym is onsite, complete with fitness classes, weights, stationary bikes, treadmills, and elliptical. Access to the gym and all fitness classes is only 20 bucks a year. 401k matching is alright. Match 100% for the first 3% you invest, and 50% for the rest up to a maximum of matching 5%. If you opt-in to long term disability, they pay for your short-term. Lots of FREE classes over a wide-variety of topics and a lot include free lunch. Bad: PTO is pretty mediocre. Vacation starts at 2 week per year. After working for 5 YEARS, you gain a week. Same at 10 years, 15 years, and 20 years.
They offer health, dental vision coverage that is good but not cheap, 401(k) etc.
There is a nurse practitioner on site which is very convenient! I've never had trouble getting an appt within the same day. Health insurance is through Blue Cross Blue Shield. I've never had any problems with a claim. Dental insurance is standard coverage, cleanings covered 100% but crowns only 50%.
Health insurance was comparable to that of area.
Good 401k. Great gym and cafeteria.
It compares well with other similar companies as far as I know, but there could be more parts that could be included.
Blue Cross / Blue Shield Alabama PPO, Delta Dental, 401K through Fidelity, HSA, Vision and much more. Sales people receive Car Allowance monthly and paid for mileage.
Great Health, Dental, and Eye care package (but you have to pay for it). On-site Gym, generous vacation and sick leave accrual.
Best 401 K, Matching 3% and an additional 2%
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