The best part of the benefits package is the number of day that is given as time off. Worst part is towards the insurance coverage. If your spouse gets a coverage from his/her organization there are additional charges for adding them in your coverage
A solid offering with just below-average to average 401k matches, depending on a "discretionary" add each year. The health plan and communications are built to entice employees into higher-deductible, riskier plans (e.g. HSA not available on premium insurance), which leaves me a bit jaded.
Best benefits are the Insurance, Flexible Spending Account and 401K. Worst benefit is the minimal Vacation Days.
Full benefits package, extras at director level, because of merger in 2015, legacy employees from IndyMac were not recognized for tenure
As a contractor there were no benefits offered by the company, only by the staffing agency.
One of the worst health insurance I have seen a company provide. You have to first meet your deductible amount before they even cover any health care cost.
Worst thing is that there was a pension program, which was eliminated after I joined. However, there was a competitive 401(k) match program.
Excellent vacation and health insurance
good health benefits and 401k
Benefits are good overall - in-line with other large companies; nothing necessarily special. The Employee Stock Purchase Plan is definitely a nice benefit - able to purchase CIT stock at a 15% discount. The vacation is also good - 15 days of vacation; on top of that you get personal days and sick days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.