Cargill offers a various amount of benefit options that are definitely beneficial to its employees. They also have HSA accounts.
Best 401k match and paternity leave of 4 weeks
Moving toward being more competitive for paid maternity/paternity leave.
You will be eligible for Cargill's extensive benefit package. Benefits, which include the following: Medical insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) Life insurance Disability insurance Accident insurance 401(k) plan with company match Company-funded Employee Retirement Account Tuition reimbursement program Paid time off Paid holidays Vacation Paid Holidays Comprehensive employee assistance resources Paid volunteer hours
Lots of work. Not unusual to work 50+ hour weeks when salaried. Good benefits package.
They do give nice amount of vacation time, although they did get rid of sick time but after only 3 years you get 5 personal holidays and 20 vacation days. Worst is their medical insurance, all the plans have insane deductibles and max out of pocket. If you have health problems no sick time so you have to use vacation and you pay a high plan rate plus all your fees out of pocket. I spend close to $6000 a year between my plan costs, medication and other health care I needs and don't even hit my max out of pocket. Also they just moved all their HR to India so there is nobody to easily talk to about any issues you have. For such a big company that has people first in their core values and principles, sure seems that they mean only people that don't need medical care, yet they have jobs that require people to break their backs. Also if your not salaried don't expect a raise much above cost of living increase and no bonuses, not even for Christmas.
Vacation time? Days off? No clue what that means. If you’re sick that’s a vacation day. If your wife or son is sick that’s a vacation day.
Compensation and Bonus structure, 401K, Health savings account
Good 401k, PTO, and health benefits
They are one of these companies that think it is ok to make you pass a health test to get health care coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.