Comprehensive health and pension benefits package.
401K, 8% match company upon on salary upon 2% employee contribution
Retirement plan and Supplemental pay if disability is necessary
very poor retire medical package. 4X premiums as when working for same benefit.
Best: medical PPO option still exists, dental, 401k, pension Worst: PPO plan went from United Healthcare to Blue Cross, which dropped a lot of physician networks
great 401k. virtually everyone retires millionaires. also offers a pension. Salary is usually in the 90 percentile
401k matching, strong bonus and very high pension with yrs of service. Worst element is poor health care options that they changed without being transparent about it (focused on changing providers instead of emphasizing the real change, which is that the deductibles went up tremendously).
Matching 401K contributions, 2% contribution from you with an 8% match from the company. I paid about $350/month for healthcare for a HMO with Kaiser for a family of 5. Pension plan was very good, based on your highest 3 years of salary. Good leave benefits. Vacation is 2 weeks off through year 4, then 3 weeks through year 9 then 4 weeks through 19 then 5 weeks through year 29 and then 6 weeks after that. Good education assistance.
Excellent 401k benefits and Medical was the best I've had, very stable company with a lot of opportunities for advancement.
Decent health benefits. Vacation is accrued through hours worked up to a cap based on years of service. So, on January 1 you start with zero PTO hours. If you want to take time off in January, even though your PTO bank is on empty, you have to gain your supervisor’s approval to use time you have not earned.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.