This is an Awesome Company w/ Great benefits.
Excellent benefits , 401K, personal time and vacation time
Pension, 401k match, health benefit options and money towards benefits, dependent care and flex spending account, short and long term disability.
Love how the insurance package is in addition to salary and not deducted from salary. Profit sharing, when available, is a huge plus- this can be several thousand dollars extra, great incentive to work hard. New student loan assistance provides a helpful chunk of money at the beginning of the year and allows you to use 100% of unused benefit dollars.
Five levels of health benefits to chose from, pension plan, different deductible levels
They self insure so the insurance is super expensive! They give you benefit dollars towards the plan. But what's a $5,000 credit when the insurance costs $10,000... You still end up paying way more than other companies
Pro: They give us a set dollar amount that goes towards insurance. Con: Dental benefits are not very good. Could use improvement.
Certain "bonus" salary which can be used for life/medical/dental/vision insurance. Any leftover after selecting plans (can opt to use an outside plan as well) yields 50% disembursment, BUT, if you elect you can send 100% of the leftover to student loans. 37.5 hour weeks as well. Opportunities to take certification programs/exams which the company pays for (and they provide a bonus upon passing). They really care about professional growth and development.
The best thing is that it covered everything and was completely affordable. They have a great benefits package. Vision, medical, dental, life, disability, etc
Matching 401k, with a diversified option as of a few years ago on how to invest it. Pension plan fully vested after 5 years, amazing. Health benefits are amazingly good, too good that it causes concern for our future benefits with the Cadillac taxes. Paid time off is perfect when you actually get some tenure, but can be less than needed when you are just starting off. It is accumulated on a bi-weekly basis, which can be tough for a new employee of any age. They offer NO paid maternity leave, you must use the FMLA, to protect your annual review. This is a serious downside.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.