401k is awesome for long term employees. Health insurance is decent. More flex schedules and opportunities to work from home would be great.
Best is the health and saving account they are very generous with the amount they contribute (750) along with the great health insurance. They are huge advocate for living a healthy life and always offering healthy competitions to loose weight
Benefits at Bank of Oklahoma were numerous and not all monetary. At the time I was employed, we had a family environment which was rare and appreciated. Loved the 401k and insurance options but felt the company awarded vacation meagerly. Overall, wonderful company and coworkers!
Offered full benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401K
The benefits package was well above average. The health insurance was adequate and covered a variety of concerns, there was vision and dental, we had optional life insurance which was affordable, and STD and LTD available. I did not participate in the 401K, because I did not make enough to contribute, but those that did felt it was fair.
insurance is great, but a little on the pricey side (thanks Obamacare!)
The perks are 401k and a pretty decent insurance package. Several options of insurance are available which makes it beneficial for most individuals. Worst thing was when they discontinued the pension benefit.
Organization contributes to your HSA but you will overpay for minimum insurance coverage g
The vacation and 401k benefits get better the longer you work for the company. Company health care options are in line with the market.
additional pay for hitting sales goals, quarterly and annual prizes for sales goals, 401k options are decent, insurance is fair. Even if sales goals are consistently hit at 100%, go promise for "Perfect Circle" bonus, prizes. Must be in very top percentage of bankers, which is tough considering the number of bankers. Incentive pay doesn't really add that much to your paycheck.
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