the best thing about being full time is that the bank pays you for your health insurance, if you do not want it with the bank they give you that cash in your paycheck so you can locate an insurance somewhere else.
2 weeks paid vacation if full time, 1 week paid vacation if part time, It's good that we are offered benefits, if you get it for family however you lose your whole paycheck, my ex co-worker checked out cost for herself, husband, and 2 children- she would've owed money after her "paycheck" so she had do do with out the benefits.
Health Insurance was offered but expensive for the services you received. Company offered a profit sharing program after you been there over a year, but you have to wait a while for vesting. Vacation time was good.
Every year our Medical insurance goes up whether it is the co pay or the monthly plan. The best thing there is, is our dental plan.
You don't get any benefits package so there's not much to say on this. no insurance, etc.
Provided insurence for my fiance even tho not married yet, which i loved and appreciated so much. Vacation pay was puncual no hassle or delays.
After you quit, they don't pay your pro-rata vacation accrued.
They don't match 401K, you cannot manage the funds you have in it. They put your bonus in this account, that they manage and also in the first year youre not eligible to it. To be eligible, it's needed two years in the company, even though you contributed for the results of the first year. So, they don't match the 401k and still retain your bonus as it was the matching. Unreal.
I would just think that since it's a bank, you would be offered better insurance and better everything, really. Two weeks of vacation is great to start out with, but one of the five day periods HAS TO be taken all in a row. In fact, they want you to take your two weeks consecutively and get it over with. Every other company I know that has vacation time does not do it that way. And based on your tenure, most places give you more time off but not here. Everyone only has two weeks. The sick time is decent, but you can burn through it really fast with one bad cold. And don't even get me started on the Health Insurance, or lack thereof. The CEO literally told us that we just need to save more money to pay for hospital bills and such.
IBC offers standard benefits such as health, life, vision, dental, and 401k. They also offer discounts on services such as AT&T and services that IBC offers like credit cards.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.