They offer good well-rounded benefits. They strive to listen to feedback and offer a wider variety of benefits such as tuition reimbursement and paternity/elderly care.
10 sick days per year plus 3 floating holidays, regular holidays, and vacation time which starts at 2-3 weeks and grows over time. 401k matched at 100% up to 4% of your take home, then matched at 50% after that up to 6% of your take home. There are regular health insurance and HSA options. The HSA is very affordable, and they add money to your account at the beginning of each year.
Benefits were decent but working from home was not an option when I was there. The health insurance was very good and I really enjoyed the wide selection of doctors.
I take full advantage of the 401K, HSA, etc. I'm able to take time off when I need to.
New employees or a mediately vested in the 401(k) contributions.
The benefits are just average...healthcare, dental, vacation, sick. There is talk of changing to PTO, but this is a conservative company so the wheels turn slowly. They do give us floater days each year which is nice. They have no ESOP or ESSP for the average employee. They recently launched a Family leave policy and an educational reimbursement program. They do have a bonus program. Salaries are within competitive rates in the area.
Cost is rising, but the company still pays the majority of major medical for family. The overall benefits package makes the lower than average industry salary acceptable.
The premiums are a bit high now, but I don't necessarily fault Employers.
Benefits were decent, but if you took time off for a funeral / family death, you were fired. If you took the 2 week vacation time, you were harassed by management before & after the vacation time.
Good benefits package. Although the employee out of pocket for benefits have gone up dramatically in the last several years, the medical plan is good and approvals are fast. Company does not offer employee stock options or purchase plan, which would really boost the package.
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