At Commerce Bank, our people are our number one asset. Your health and wellness, financial security and work-life balance are important to us. We know your needs are unique, and we strive to offer a competitive compensation program and an array of benefits that work best for you and your family.
You have a choice in where you work.
We’re committed to providing a variety of highly competitive rewards to attract, motivate and retain the best and brightest talent in the industry. Commerce provides these rewards in exchange for your time, talents and efforts that contribute to our success.
Your well-being is much more than a paycheck.
We take a comprehensive approach to benefits. Our strategy is focused on four main components: Physical Well-Being, Financial Well-Being, Emotional Well-Being and Career Development.
You are one of Commerce’s greatest assets.
We believe our total rewards strategy contributes to a culture that values its team members and enables them to continually strive for excellence, while having their sights set on what’s needed for our long-term success.
You expect openness and clarity into things that impact you.
We believe in explaining the “how” and “why,” not just the “what,” when explaining decisions and other things related to Total Rewards that impact our team members. Education is a key component in communicating our Total Rewards.
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Current and former employees report that Commerce Bank provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best thing is that they have multiple options for you to choose from to suit your needs on health insurance plans. ”
“401k Match up to 7% ”
“It is decent same as most companies.”
Always flexible and open to meeting employees needs.
Good Benefits Package and resources.
best - plenty of time off to enjoy life and family
Good 401k match and health insurance benefits.
Customer Service Representative
Does anyone here work for Fidelity? I saw that there are a bunch of customer service positions open and I don't know if it's somewhere that would fairly easy for someone with just 1 year of experience. I need to change where I'm at, but not sure how big of a company is really gonna hire me when I'm so new to things.
Typical Benefits package. Nothing outstanding.
Good health insurance and vacation, but maternity and paternity leave not competitive
It's basic. Health insurance premium increases YOY and our raise barely covers the increase. The amount of vacation is nice for a tenured employee and you can buy 5 extra days of vacation each year.
Very liberal allowances for time off; excellent 401k plan including Roth contributions; full menu of healthcare insurance options.
Great flexibility and work form home benefits
time management diverse benefits dental