The benefits are on para with other companies. 401k was 5 years vesting. 4%match and 5% lump sum.
From what I see so far, there is a high employee out of pocket before the 80/20 deductible kicks in.
Employees must be expendable, because they will die with these plans. HSA plan has $3000 deductible and maxes out at $6000 - It's too expensive to use. The other plan is $500 a month so that's just pointless. My dentist wont take DeltaDental because the payments are too low and neither will any good dentist in my area. There are no prescription benefits until the medical deductible is met ($3000). Message to Arkema: Show your employees that you value them by provided better health insurance.
Best - Great 401 contribution Worst - Insurance costs
The company has an excellent retirement savings program, with both a strong 401k match and a supplemental 401k contribution which vests immediately.
The worst thing is how they force you to use all of your vacation time and then you can use your UNPAID maternity time. This makes new moms, with a new baby, have to take further unpaid days off when the baby is sick. There is no way to get a bonus if you are NOT a director or if you are just a pee-on employee. The best thing about their benefits, there are multiple plans to choose from.
flexible working time, dental, medical and cover insurance, annual bonus and increament
Good options for health insurance. 401K retirement plan.
Compensation package is weighted more towards benefits than other companies, so the salary growth for existing employees may be below average or expectations.
Medical coverage split and 401k
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.