As a Cummins employee, you'll also have a chance to participate in variable compensation programs—so as we thrive, so will you. Additional benefits vary between locations and include options such as 401k Retirement Savings Plan, Profit Sharing, Medical/Dental/Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Account, Pension Plan and an Employee Stock Purchase Plan.
Reasonable benefits package including all the basics, health, 401k, pension, etc. Edicational assistance 7000 USD/year for any degree program that is remotely related to Cummins business. It’s almost no questions asked, but the amount is low compared to rising tuition fees. Special/Hidden packages can be neogatiated in rare case for selected people.
Overall, the benefits package is more than adequate. Insurance premiums are low and coverage is good. I took full advantage of the tuition reimbursement to earn an MBA.
Overall great benefit package for an incoming full-time
The benefits are great. 401k, pension, annual bonus and health insurance. The premiums are a bit high on health insurance, though. There is an HSA plan they put cash into for you, but it's only $1000 max, if you take care of yourself health wise. Overall, I think it's a great package.
It is really top of its class. Very competitive benefits package for the entire family. Offers great discounts as well for employees.
The company is quite flexible with any problems you may have because they value community a lot and it is very important for them
A good working environment for anyone that wants to participate in an internship
Excellent retirement package. Company offers 401k matching and a robust pension plan. Medical, dental, and vision coverage. Paid holidays and vacation.
Learning environment , benefits are a big plus, Hire and fire is a big minus
Average health insurance (high deductable) 401K match the first 2% .50 on the dollar. Sick days and personal days are arbitrary...some managers will make you use vacation. Expected to work overtime.....however every plant is different...be sure they will figure out how NOT to pay you. Have seen 3 different powerpoints on "company overtime policy"....ridiculous for such a large company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.