Best thing is 3 weeks PTO from day 1. Insurance cost is pretty low.
The health and benefits package is fairly standard for the industry. When DuPont decided to shutdown the site, they gave really good separation package. Two months paid as an "employee" (including matching 401K) then 2 weeks for every year employed. Health benefits continue for 6 months at employee rates.
Retirement savings included company contribution of 3% salary and matched contribution up to 6%
Great 401k and match.
Health insurance is not very good, employee has to pay a big portion of the co-pay. If you don't have a big medical operation, pretty much everything is out of your own pocket.
Meeting the deductible is a lot but the insurance after meeting that is top quality. After moving from a co-pay to this it was quite the shock. But the 401K is amazing
401k is 6% match. Health benefits are garbage but are cheap compared to some places. Everyone starts with same PTO but you accrue more over time plus you can buy up to a week more. You can only take it during their slow times, and usually you are responsible for training someone to cover you if you need time off. If you dont have coverage in your area you will be denied to take time off. PTO is also prorated so you have to work to earn it throughout the year.
Unbelievable starting benefits package! 2 weeks paid time off at the start. Up to 9% 401k contribution. Strong health insurance network for low weekly premiums.
there is health insurance, 12 company holidays plus 2 floating holidays, profit sharing and 401K plan, retirement plan and more
Benefits used to be great, now the 401K match has deteriorated, no retiree healthcare , and they fired most of HR
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