At Bank of America, our most important asset is our people. Our benefits programs are designed to meet the diverse needs of our employees at every stage of their life and help them plan for tomorrow.
The benefits are the best thing about Bank of America. Paternity leave, childcare credits, adoption leave, lots of paid time off and holidays, paid volunteer work- they have all kinds of perks from a benefits standpoint. The only bad thing about the benefits is they will keep you there longer than you should stay if your position isn't fulfilling.
Great vacation, decent health, dental and vision
You get deals on insurance if you comply with certain doctors appointments and standards
Possibly the best thing about the Bank's benefits package is the parental leave. They offer 16 full weeks of paid parental leave to welcome a new child, birth or adoption. Health insurance is average for a big company. 401k matches first 5%.
Best: 4 weeks vacation and 12 weeks of maternity or paternity leave Worst: health insurance cost
Childcare reimbursement - other than the Dependent care flexible spending account, you could qualify to get reimbursed up to $250 per child per month for dependent care expenses.
The overall cost for family health coverage.
Good benefits within organization while employed
Salary not very competitive vs other large banks. Opportunities are given to less qualified without opening to other managers or associates.
I found the benefits to. E extremely expensive for an average employee and the deductibles very high
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.