From health insurance to tuition reimbursement, 401k, and more; Deluxe has got you covered!
Flexibility in PTO to allow celebration of various religious holidays. Generous health program benefits beyond insurance with webinars and insurance premium discounts for health screening
401k is a standard 3% match, requiring you to offer 6% in order to get the full 3% (dollar for dollar on the first 1%, then $0.50 per $1.00 on the next couple percentages) - time off is pretty generous, and escalates as your tenure improves. Less than 5 years results in 3 weeks Time Off (which is PTO + sick time - use your time however you want) - 5-10 years is 4 weeks, followed by 5 weeks for 10 years+ Medical packages are probably average. Some decent options, but nothing world-saving either. They do offer a wellness program where if you agree to participate, they deduct $500 off your medical insurance requirement. Some departments offer flexible schedules too, but that varies by department
Reasonable 401k match; don't know about health insurance because I declined it, since my wife's is better. Worst: sick days and vacation days are from the same limited pool. e.g. if you are sick 10 days you lose all your vacation.
Plenty of vacation and time off, you start earning starting from your first day
The paid time off (PTO) accrual is very nice, with an overall decent health benefits selection.
Options for health insurance and affordable. Low pay but good commission opportunities. 3 weeks of PTO you have access to after a month of working. Opportunities to volunteer with the company and many growth opportunities.
Cost went up..... service went down with the insurance.
Some of the best things about the benefits package were the paid time off, health insurance, the employee discount plan and the 401K.
Medical, dental, vision, life insurance etc are all fairly standard. The prices have not increased in the past few years, but management is sure to mention in all hands meetings that their cost has increased. PTO policy is pretty weak. You can't roll over any time year to year, it's use it or lose it. Maternity leave policy is incredibly dated and not in keeping with the competitive landscape in the Twin Cities. A 2 yr minimum requirement before accessing paid time off to have a child seems punitive. Also, they don't contribute (matching) to your 401k until the first full quarter after your first full year of employment. Why the long ramp up time?
The benefits are reasonably good. Most health care expenses are covered with a reasonably modest deductible. The retirement expenses are a bit more impressive and are fairly generous
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.