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4 weeks of PTO/year that starts accruing on your first day, plus bank holidays. PTO increases by a week every 5 years of employment.
Competitive pay, incentive programs, 401k matching, loan discount programs
Everything about the benefits were amazing, but the company started chipping away at them my last year there. They greatly reduced the stakeholders payout and increased out of pocket health insurance costs. I imagine these changes will only continue to happen out of favor of the employees
The benefits and rolling time off at this job were great. We would often have catered lunches, and given paid time off to donate to our favorite organizations by way of volunteer time.
Health insurance through Cigna, Wellness bonuses, maternity leave, 4 weeks PTO from the get go, 16 hours VTO
The 401K is 100% vested right away which is a benefit I've never had at the other companies I've worked for in the past. The health insurance is proceed really well for the benefits received and the company will contribute up to $900 every year to an HSA account.
There is amazing paid time off oferred
best: generous PTO--started with 4 weeks of paid time off!
All of the benefits offered were incredible. Health options, eye care, dental... 401k and other investment opportunities. There were bonuses offered a few times a year that incentivized and motivated employees. The amount of time off is almost unbeatable for an entry level position such as a Teller.
It was pretty good. They give you a good amount of time off. But never want you to take it when you want to be off. when are banks the most busy? holidays. and that is when you want off.
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