Full benefits package for full time employees
Below are the company perks the base salaries obviously are not as competitive as the market no matter what HR tells you. They need to do their work a little better and know that competition pays a lot higher. Generous Vacation But Could be More for New Hires -Years of Service 1-4 you get 3 weeks -Years of Service 5-14 you get 4 weeks Tuition Reimbursement: $5k for undergrad and $7k for graduate courses. The tuition payment vests over 3 years so if you leave, you get to pay back. Each year 33% of the balance vests Health Insurance: If you get the PPO Plus from United Health Care or Blue Cross, about 80% coverage. Max out of pocket per year for individual is $3k so kinda bad Pension: You get it but vests after 5 years 401(k): If you contribute at least 2%, they will match upto 5% Bonuses: If you are a Grade Level 17 or below, your yearly bonus is 8% of base pay. For Grade 18 and above, you will get restricted stock units about $9k per year and about 33% vests each year so by staying 3 years, you would get the full $9k. For Grades 19 and 20 the amount of stock you get increases more. For Grades 18 and above, you also get a bonus that is different structure than Grade 17 or below and it has multiplier All Other Standard Benefits: Short/Long-Term disability pay, life insurance coverage and travel, paternity time leave think higher than standard
premium for health insurance is high
One of a few companies that offers a pension. Good health care, recently improved vacation policy
good medical benefits, good 401k and pension plan.
Start with 3 weeks of vacation. Company pays about 80% of employee health care. Provides 401K match plus retirement benefits, including health care and pension. Company pays about 80% of employee health care
Pension and 401K both provided
The best thing is the strong 401K match at AbbVie. You only have to give 2% to your 401K in order to get a full5% match from AbbVie into your account!
Great benefits! 3 weeks vacation to start, additional week added at 5 years. Health insurance is top notch.
Good Benefits, Profit Sharing, Great PTO, Employer Contribution to 401(k), HealthCare, Vision, Dental, and Life
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