Comerica treats its employee with so much respect and equality. This is by far one of the best environmental places i have worked at. You get PTO, healthcare, 401k, etc. some of the cons is moving the ladder it takes a very long time to do so and it's frustrating.
Youre able to receive full benefits after 2 months/60 days. Even though its moderately expensive,I appreciate the medical/dental/vision/life and etc that they provide. I really like the company thus fair.
Vacation days + banker's holidays are generous. Conservative culture.
Good health insurance, about $150 a month for me and domestic partner. 4% 401k matching. 17 day PTO with 10 paid bank holidays for full time. Short term/long term disability. One year salary of paid life insurance.
The best thing about the benefits package at Comerica is that it was relatively affordable. I only worked an average of 25 hours a week and was still able to afford it.
Employer-paid portion of benefits, and amount of vacation/PTO time given.
The health insurance was great
Minimal vacation, health insurance costs rising quickly. Huge hassles with prescriptions-they keep forcing us to use ExpressScripts, which supplies vastly inferior generics and impossible customer service. It's inordinately difficult to reach a customer service rep or even request refills. A switch of brands resulted in disastrous health results and we only received a response from ES after complaining publicly on their Facebook page. Had to go to Comerica HR to get results. Were switched back to our brick and mortar (effective) pharmacy and today when I requested a refill of a necessary medication was told that it was suddenly $85 versus the usual copay. That means another arbitrary switch by the insurance provider to ExpressScripts and more battles. Benefits are shrinking while the execs rake in the profits yet again. If banks insist on paying frontline employees poorly, they should at least offer decent benefits so they can remain healthy enough to come to work.
Best benefit is amount of paid time off
the best thing is the sales incentives and the worst thing is the slow pace of the retail bank.
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