Benefits are good and can accommodate different needs at lower than normal cost. 401k doesn't kick in till after the first year. Your vested amount is 20% the first year and increases 20% each year after that. Dental and vision are decent. HSA has low out of pocket Max and employer contributes to it as well.
The company pays pretty good, has yearly bonuses (depending on how the Credit Union does as a whole for the year), has great benefits, and tons of raffling opportunities throughout the year. (Multiple times, I've won movie tickets, an iPad, bowling gift cards etc)
The benefits are ok overall. Some of the benefits are better than other places I have worked.
there are good benefits for employees
Time off for the first three years is 17 days that is accrued per pay period. Health coverage is covered by employer for employee and has a low deductible. No sick or personal days, these come out of pto bank unless it is chronic and fmla paperwork is completed
401k match up to a certain percentage. Great PTO accrual and great health insurance with a free single plan
Health plans can be expensive, using sick time can be difficult to do because of restrictions placed by HR on how you can use it. If the credit union is profitable and depending on how profitable it is each year, all employees receive a year-end bonus based on a percentage. Employees are not eligible to enroll in the 401(k) until after 1 year of service.
Health insurance on day 1 plus PTO also begins to accrue on day 1.
There were not too many days off. Hard to get vacation time. The 401K starts after a year of employment
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.