Health, dental, life, disability, vision insurance, 401k and pension. Dependent and health savings accounts. Tuition assistance only for undergraduate degree, not yet earned. Separate sick and vacation accruals. 9 paid holidays. On-site fitness center. No work from home, no telecommuting opportunities.
401K with match, Pension, NO actual paid time off
Affordable health insurance premiums, pension, some 401k match (40 cents on the dollar up to 6%)
They have a good 401(k) package and also a pension plan.
Pension plan, 401k match in addition
Best part of the benefits is the Pension and 401K. The worst part is for a health insurance company the medical coverage is just average.
Benefits are competitive and broad. Given the location, smaller town outside a metro area, they are definitely above average. Compared to metro companies, pretty average, although still having a fully-funded pension is very unique and a wonderful benefit once vested.
Great Medical, Dental, and 401(k) matching really helps.
Best thing -- Entry Level Securtiy = Education & Compensation Worst thing -- Pricing
Health insurance that makes it nearly impossible to get a claim paid. 40 cents on the dollar 401k match up to 6%, no paid maternity or paternity benefits other than accrued vacation. Start at 12 days vacation and 6 sick days a year. Fully funded pension but not that great of a pension for new hires. A nice gym and cafe if you work in Home Office. If not in home office you get a gym reimbursement if you fill it out exactly right and the exact time they ask for it. Ok dental plan and poor vision benefits. No work at home or flexible work schedules. A small discount on your mobile phone. No coverage for fertility treatments. Adoption assistance up to $5k. Tuition assistance if you don't already have a degree.
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