For more than 40 years, we've been building a business designed to help people take control of their financial futures. The same applies to our people. That’s why we invest in our employees and their futures, providing them with a valuable benefits package that not only helps them stay healthy, but also gives them complimentary financial advice.
On top of 401k, PTO, and company matching, employees get paid volunteer days, discounts for gyms, movies, rental cars, vacations. You also get free budgeting and investment help which is great for a young employee
One month paid sabbatical every five years!
Overall benefits—medical, visual, dental, and 401K match, health account, disability—very good. Every year, benefits seem to cost more out of our pockets.
There are many great perks to working for Schwab. They provide you 8 hrs a year of PTO to volunteer in the community! They also provide 16 hrs of floating holiday PTO that renews each year! Those are on top of accumulated sick time and standard PTO. Plus they have a fairly decent 401k match of 5%. Not to mention after 5 years you get a 4 week sabbatical and they also provide 6 week paid parental leave that can be matched w/ FMLA time off to have more time off with baby!
if a couple both work at schwab there is no compensation for schwab to only pay one set of healt, dentalm vision benefits
Wellness match $, parental pregnancy leave Worst 2 weeks vacations with a sabaticall of months every 5 years.
The four week sabbatical every 5 years.
The benefit package is the one month sabbatical for every 5 years of service. Remote access is available for a lot positions.
5% 401k Match, HSA contribution from firm, affordable health insurance and occasional surprise bonuses as well as HSA bonus
Medical coverage has $5800 deductible and Schwab now adds the amount they put towards benefits as taxable income. The rate of coverage increases faster than the annual pay increases. Medical or Maternity leave are complicated to maneuver through and lack clear communication throughout out the process unless it's in the company's favor. Remote work is not a standard option for most departments and must be requested and tracked like vacation time. High attrition throughout leadership and frequent re-organizations create a lot of downstream impact. Flexible schedules is not company wide policy. My department recently removed this option stating an employee was abusing it. Many HR decisions not centralized appear to come from single events and are knee-jerk reactions rather than strategic initiatives. Tuition is subjective to manager decision and whether they want to include on their budget proposal in the fall. Departments with more employees have more opportunity to access this benefit than smaller ones. Some holidays are paid, Christmas, NYD, MLK, Fourth of July, two floating holidays, but does not align to schedule when markets are closed or to traditional bank holidays. Cubicle set up with no space to take a personal call on break other than going outside unlike other Schwab centers. No cubicles left to expand opportunities in Orlando with all expansion happening in Texas and Denver. Orlando salaries aligned with 2nd to lowest pay scale making many underpaid and causing higher attrition rates as other Firms take up residence locally.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.