At Commerce, we know monetary compensation is important to you. After all, we are a bank. But we haven’t thrived for 150 years by thinking it’s the only thing that’s important. That’s why we created a rewards program that gives you more than money.
Your health and wellness, financial security and work-life balance are important in helping us achieve our goals and ensure employee engagement and customer satisfaction. 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.
We provide comprehensive health and welfare plans, using leading national administrators to provide networks and pay claims. For most benefits, coverage starts on the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Deductions are made on a pre-tax basis where allowed by current tax rules.
Our goal is to offer a competitive compensation program and a variety of benefits that work best for the unique needs of you and your family. Take a quick look at some of our benefits listed below. We think you’ll like what you see.
Awesome benefits that get greater over ime
Prepare to be allotted accrued PTO that you are expected NOT to use. There is potential to be written up for using less than 40% of your sick pay. Being sick one week in a rolling 12 months is grounds for corrective action. Do everything you can to not get the flu or a bug.
Offer a variety of benefits, it cost of course by they do offer
A bit expensive for family
Even as a part-time employee I was offered paid time off, and that to me was surprising
The 401k match is somewhat underwhelming.
Average to slightly below average in all major benefits areas
Ability to purchase extra vacation days at the beggining of the year
401k Is muy intense
The full-time benefits are significantly better than the part -time benefits, however, as a part-time employee and full-time student, the benefits offered to me were exceptional and far better than what a part-time employee could expect to get most elsewhere.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.