Good Health insurance options available
Premiums are Higher than other companies.
Health insurance should be better.
I started off receiving about 16 PTO days a year (accrued on bi-weekly pay cycle), plus 9 holidays. The PTO was one bank for scheduled and unscheduled time. While that was less than I was getting with my former employer, as a salaried employee here management allowed me to take 4 hours or less without using my PTO so that helped to stretch it further. There was limited overtime required. The workload was very reasonable. They would allow me to work from home when circumstances arose. Management was very flexible and encouraging about taking your time, which I enjoyed the most. The health benefits were average from my experience. They only offered us HSA medical plans last year, but there were at least different options available. The 401k I did not find to be competitive at all. When I asked the recruiter questions about this during employment negotiations, she got snippy with me. She could not answer my questions about their contribution matching and asked me "well is your decision going to be impacted by the retirement?!" Yes, this is a factor for me as I consider the overall compensation package! I decided to accept the job offer without having a clear idea of their retirement benefit, hoping it was as competitive as their salary was for this area. I was later disappointed to find that the retirement was not as competitive. Management makes a contribution once per year, and it is based upon the company performance. It was not substantial compared to many companies that match a % per pay period, and their vesting policy (can't recall it at the moment) was not favorable either. As with most companies of their size, they offer a wide variety of insurance options that can be purchased at employee's expense. They frequently hosted fun and generous social events in the office. Their holiday party was the best of any I have attended.
Too high of a deductible
yes they offer great benefits
High deductible due to being a national plan. The company offers health incentives to offset the cost and constantly reviews and implements new plans to reduce the cost.
The plan does not provide enough coverage for the premium. Not competitive
Most plans are High Deductible
For such a large company, the health plans offered are terrible.