Great benefits, pension, company stock match, etc.
Exxonmobil offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package including a pension plan. You must be an employee for 5 years before becoming vested.
Health insurance was very expensive for such a large company.
401K, Savings plan, health insurance
Treat their employees very well. Really emphasize health.
Best benefits I ever had. Even pay for relocation.
has both defined benefit and contribution plans
The company matches 7% of your pay towards your 401k along with a defined pension plan (very few companies offer this). The only downside is the limited options for your 401k, you have 5 plans to contribute too. I wish they went with Vanguard vs Voya.
401(k): Limited options, but solid options with very low fees. Defined benefit pension plan! Vacation: Start with 2 weeks, +2 "floating holidays". another week after 5 years, another week after 10 years, and then another week after another 10 years. Discounts on gas Maternity Leave: I'm just returning after a maternity leave. There is technically no "maternity" leave offered. What happens is when you have the baby you are on disability for as long as your doctor says (typically 6 - 8 weeks depending on if caesarean birth or not). So this is paid according to the disability benefit schedule (<1 year service, only 6 weeks full paid, after 1 year 6 weeks full pay, 4 weeks 1/2 pay, by 2 years service you are eligible for 8 weeks full pay, and it continues to increase). Of course you can also use your vacation time to extend paid leave. Then you are eligible for unpaid dependent care leave for up to 6 months (men or women are eligible, although I've never heard of a man taking it). When you return from a dependent care leave, you have the option of working part time (20 - 32 hours/week) for up to two years. For the first six months of your return, you can work as little as 8 hours per week. Same benefits as at the full-time level.
Worst: 2 weeks vacation for newly employed and no maternity leave (you have to use disability benefits for leave)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.