FirstBank offers a 401K, company contributions without requiring matching, and a generous ESOP plan. Opportunities exist to diversify that ESOP after a given period of time
PTO was good, health insurance is very expensive
The company offers a wide variety of benefits, that are all great!
Employee owned bank with strong ESOP and good benefits.
Benefits for officers much better. started capping salaries 3 years ago, so SUCKS for long term employees
Decent PTO but could be better. No separate sick days, you have to use your PTO for sick days. WFH options is good but its limited to certain days in a week.
Health insurance runs $200 a month for the middle-level plan, which comes with an $800 deductible. Coupled with already low wages, it's impossible to live anywhere in the metro area with what FirstBank pays.
Gives decent amount of PTO right off the bat, accrued each paycheck from day 1. Although, this must be used on sick days
Good benefits if you have no one to take care of yourself. Free debit card (usually 10 dollars a year) and discounts on mortgages. Free lunch every once in awhile, and extremely supportive management/coworkers
Decent med & dental plus all the other usuals. Retirement bennies set this place apart though. Their goal is to contribute 8% of your salary to retirement (split between 401k & their ESOP) each year. This is a discretionary contribution and not a matching one. So you’ll get an 8% contribution regardless of how much you’re deferring. You won’t likely find any other place doing this anywhere else today.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.