Medical, dental and vision were all a plus
Benefits package is better than a worker from the state. You don’t really have to come outta pocket for much. No copays with most doctors visits
Benefits start within 30 days of start day. Free services. The hours and culture are the negatives.
Good benefits but high tier/family(4 kids) package is expensive (170 bi-weekly)
The best thing about the benefits are the matching for 401(k) and retirement accumulation plan. Most everything else is pretty good with health insurance being the major deduction.
They have good health care benefits, as well as an extra retirement fund. It is not exactly a pension plan but acts as an extra boost to the 401k program.
401k has a generous match plus a straight contribution. The best 401k I’ve ever heard of a company having.
best thing about the benefits are the medical, dental and 401K
Best Medical and Dental benefits. Also get Complete Premium Package of services free in the sales department. Great incentives and high paying commissions!
Benefits are middling-to-poor unless you stay at least 3 years. For example, 401K matches are 0% vested until your third year. Education and training benefits are forfeit if you leave within a year after they reimburse you. They don't mention these caveats during the hiring process. Starting vacation is 2 weeks per year, and you can't use it before you've earned it (so you get 2 weeks as of your last paycheck of your 1 year anniversary). Other benefits (medical, dental, vision) are typical for large companies, but more expensive than many for family plans. Other insurance options are just not available (such as short-term disability). For "softer benefits," like working from home on an exceptional basis (massive snow, sick kids), management is very old school. Butts in chairs are critical, surpassing quality of life concerns and even common sense. Promotion requirements are also rigid. For example, you can't move up a position unless you've been in the current position at least a year. Pay raises are capped at 10%, even with a promotion. Bonuses go to most everyone (who's eligible) regardless of merit, even terrible employees who are just biding their time until bonus day so they can take their money and run. Pay raises differ by only 1-2% between terrible and great performers.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.