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Which benefits does FIS provide?
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Insurance, Health & Wellness
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- Health Insurance(182 comments)
“The deductible is pretty high and doesn’t automatically cover therapy. You have to go through another site they offer.”
- 401K Plan(100 comments)
“50% match. Pretty decent. Easy to save”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(81 comments)
“15 days of PTO and holidays + one annual mental health day”
Spendy but good, they help with cost by offering HSA yearly deposit
Very rich benefit options available at 30+ hours per week.
average benefits. pretty good pto
Average 401k match. Employee Stock Options. Average Health Insurance plans. Nothing extraordinary to write home about, but good enough to make it through.
Corporate Development Analyst
I am a Corporate Development Analyst (healthcare M&A) making 110k total comp at 23. A large majority of my team has a banking background besides me. I have intentions to eventually move into the PE/VC world but am concerned about the lack of banking on my resume. I am just as talented as my co-workers. Does anyone have advice on if I should pivot into banking for resume sake?
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I like the Employee Stock Plan
The health insurance could be better. We have a pretty steep deductible, but the vision insurance is great. If you are apart of the university program, they assist you with your student loans.
Expensive for family coverage, out of FL BCBS. Just cut back in ESPP program.
Best benefit - Infertility diagnosis is covered under a health insurance plan and fertility benefits are offered. Worst - 1) Very little focus on diversity initiatives and ERGs which mirrors the org charts. 2) Also for a company of this size --FIS should but does not match charitable donations--which positions after other large companies that truly give back to their communities.
The best: I have a Kaiser health insurance plan that looks expensive if you are healthy, but turns out good if you face serious health issue. The worst: with the latest modification of benefits package (circa 2022): if you get laid off or fired, you don't get reimbursed for accrued vacation (in some states though ( like CA ) employees are protected against this practice)!
Best thing is the amount of PTO, especially if you were grandfathered in with the old Vantiv amount. They also know roll over sick time, so you can bank up to 15 days. Worst thing - probably the health benefits. Basically the only option is HDHP, which means we pay more in premiums and out of pocket and getting less out of it than we did before FIS took over. 401K match is also kind of crap. Previously is was 100% match for up to 5% of your pay. It dropped when FIS took over, now it's 100% for the first 3%, then a 50% match for the next 3%. So you have to contribute 6% to get a 4.5% match. Gotta put in more to get less is the theme with FIS benefits. They just cut the match we got for ESPP, and they killed the bonus structure a couple years back so only management and sales people get them now.