Benefits start day one, which is amazing. This includes health, dental, and vision. The health insurance plans are all high deductible so that is a little disappointing. Like most positions in banking, there is PTO. It is a fairly generous amount compared to comparable employers, however you can not roll-over any to the next year. The company does 401k matching of 50% up to 4% of your biweekly pay.
Full suite of all the benefits you could want, great PTO package, even profit sharing in addition to the 401k company match
The best things about the benefits package include access to a legal team at a fair price, excellent rates on eye care (I am told, I don't have a need for eye care at the moment), fair amount of PTO/vacation offered, and a decent 401k plan. Dental care is fairly priced and provides good coverage as well. Medical insurance is high deductible of $3000 for a single person or $6000 for a family. Citadel puts half of that deductible into an HSA for us each year, which is great, but the fact that I have to pay out of pocket up to $6000 per year AND pay $210 per month just for myself and my daughter is ridiculous. There is a profit sharing plan, I will be 60% vested into that at the end of this year. Cash bonuses and incentives for my specific position are at a maximum of $4100 before taxes. The bonuses and incentives compared to the difficulty of the reaching them is unfair and for most branches, unachievable.
There is only one plan to choose from.
The medical benefits have a high deductible - $3,000 / $6,000 depending on marital status.
401k is strong, good vacation time. There are good discounts in relation to interest rates for employees.
The best thing is the amount of days for paid time off. There is a combination of vacation,sick, personal, and floating holidays that add up to about of month of paid time off.
The health insurance is abysmal. They only offer a high deductible plan with an HSA. OK if you are in your mid 20's, single, and healthy, but if you have a family or any kind of condition that requires medical treatment on a regular basis, you'll be spending 6k-10k out of pocket every year.
The health insurance has a 2000.00 deductible 4000 for the family. Most of the operations positions do not pay enough to support that
Vacation is good however with insufficient staffing one never gets approved
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.