PTO and Benefits given and greatly appreciated
Decent benefit package. 403b savings plan. Decent medical, dental and vision coverage. There were some drawbacks, but not too bad in the end.
The 401k plan is great. Once you are with company for 5 years, you become fully vested. This is a great option for the younger generation to start saving early.
OMG, the company still does open enrollment via turning in 2-4 forms into HR. This company has over 700 employees, and even if you are declining the medical insurance, you still have to physically go to HR, have them review your documents and of course wait about 10-15 minutes while others ask tons of questions. Come on HR, its 2016!
minimal, most of it is just the basic package. They do offer a separate retirement package that is paid for by the company.
Confusing and not up front with the details associated with the variable compensation. Health insurance and costs are not very good. Salaries cannot compete with local markets. Training opportunities are only available in some departments.
The health insurance was expensive and many things were not covered.
Overall they have a good benefits package including medical, dental, retirement, sick leave and vacation time.
The company contributes next to nothing to your health care. Their 403b is the worst retirement fund I have seen
401k company puts in the equivalent of 6%of your salary without you adding any contribution starting after one years employment. After two years you are 25% vested, 3 years 50%,4years 75%, 5years 100%. The medical is descent.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.