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“The benefits are standard and in line with other companies in the industry. The match on your 401k will be dependent on the team that you work with but expect the standard safe harbor plan.”
“Could be cheaper. Providers are subpar. They will nickel and dime you on the plans. Just get an HSA and put money into it for tax purposes.”
“I have a safe harbor plan so usual company match and vesting period. It is a mute point when your base is subpar which makes contributing difficult.”
Very competitive benefits - always chose mine over spouse's benefits at another Twin Cities large employer.
The health insurance has been reduced from great coverage prior years. Copays are much too high.
Great place to work. Benefits package was amazing.
Great health care at very responsible out of pocket costs for all employees. Great 401k match and possible deferred stock bonus.
All benefits are basic and in line with other companies in the industry. Company match will be dependent on the team you work for.
Benefits package was competitive but not exceptional. Over the last decade, certain perks were reduced to company manage expenses down.
Great cash pension program and 401K but medical benefits were average at best. I did like the life works program.
Excellent benefits, lots of PTO. They do a lot to keep cost of benefits down. Cons are very low sick time. Six days for the entire year.
They have terrible benefits that really did not help myself or my wife.
Competitive benefits for full time employees
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