I am very happy with my benefits.
Full benefits but as most others it is getting expensive. The benefits are subsidized by CDK but they are not offering as much as they used too. This seems to be the norm for public companies now.
CDK does offer 401k matching anywhere from 6-10%, however what they don't tell you is that you need to be at the company for 3 years to be fully vested & receive the monetary contributions from the company. The current CEO is all about "fueling for growth" so that the company can remain competition, which is great - however the lower-level employees are the ones who feel the pain. He cut bonuses for level 1s which was frustrating to many employees. My rating of CDK's benefits would be average at best - my only fear is that the CEO may be driving away good talent by lack of compensation - however he doesn't seem to care. The only benefit the company really needs to adopt is maternity/paternity leave- many employees think this is ridiculous the company does not offer this!
The company offers a wide range of benefit packages that meet every families needs.
This company is too big to have such terrible insurance. They offer high deductible plans, yet they pay their employees pennies. Don't get sick, despite having health insurance and a job, you won't be able to afford it. They also don't pay for parking
CDK is being treated like a start up company even though most employees have been employed as ADP (former company that branched off of)
Most benefits are in line with competition except for healthcare. As of 2017 healthcare premiums increased greatly, deductibles doubled, and medication coverage dropped to almost nothing. Disappointed that this is almost forcing me to find a new job.
The vacation time and holidays are quite good. The health coverage kind of falls a bit short though. Its particularly noticeable with the prescription benefits. They are really not that good..
we just started with a new provider in 2017.
CDK Global recently eliminated their PPO insurance offerering. The only thing to choose from is a CDHP with EXTREMELY high monthly employee contribution and EXTREMELY high deductibles. There are no CO-Pays and the insurance doesn't pay out until you hit your yearly deductible. Be prepared to put a lot of money out of pocket $1500 and up if you have dependents. A doctors office visit could cost you $300
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.