CenturyLink Employee Enhancements
Thousands of employees have built successful careers at CenturyLink, growing with us as we expand. We know the relationship an employee has with their employer does not stop after 5:00. That is why we focus on improving our employees' experiences by exceeding their needs in the work place and in their daily lives. Our goal is to provide opportunities and benefits that effect the things our employees truly care about.
Pre-Paid Tuition or Tuition Reimbursement programs available
HEALTH & DAY CARE
Healthcare and daycare spending accounts
MEDICAL, DENTAL, VISION
Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage
Attractive 401K company match program
Paid holidays and vacation time, no nights or
weekends in most locations
Continued training for career development
Focusing on the mental, physical, and financial health of employees
EXTENDED MATERNITY LEAVE
Up to 12 weeks paid time off
Up to 4 weeks paid time off for any employee who welcomes a child into their home through birth, adoption, or surrogacy
FLEXIBLE TIME OFF
Flexible time off policy for mid-level and above empowers this group to define their own time off instead of giving them a bucket of time to use
If a CenturyLink employee passes away their family will receive 6 months of salary in one lump sum
4% 401k match. BIND health Insurance is awesome. Everything else is like vision and dental are standard to above average. The Wells Fargo 401k plan offers great options and a Schwab PCRA.
The high cost of medical benefits
Healthcare benefits are very expensive compared to other technology based company
Decent pay, good work culture
Good benefits to union employees
401K partial match; Voluntary benefits available such as Critical Care, Legal, Pet, etc. No raises for past 3 years.
Auto enrollment in 401k. After 3 months you are enrolled for the maximum company match amount. If you dont want to participate you have 3 more months to opt out & receive your contributions.
The worst thing was that you had to purchase medicine from Optum RX 3 months at a time, if you needed to change your dosage or strength of the medicine it was nearly impossible to get a new bottle before the old one was to run out.
Good health insurance and 401k company match.
Lack of selection of plans, and high deductibles across all available options. Every time I went to the doctor I had to pay at least $100 and since I didn’t go to the doctor often, I would have never met the deductible. It felt like having no insurance and a self pay discount.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.