Even if you have the most expensive coverage, still isn't that great.
Best is that JPMorgan has all the benefits most are looking for. The worst is that the health insurance deductibles and the max out of pocket costs are high (for both health insurance options).
//the benefits package was strong and complete. There is no longer a pesnion plan
JP Morgan benefits offerings are comprehensive. Healthcare costs are rising and employees are bearing a greater share of the expense. Otherwise, firm offers all you would expect from a large company.
For the most part the benefits and vacation time are very good. The one downside is the high out of pocket cost for the health insurance.
Best things: Wellness rewards program where you can earn enough to cover your yearly out of pocket copayments. JPM Corporate discount webcenter has real discount offers. Good number of days off and work from home. Worst: Very hard to qualify for some of the benefits JPM mentions - like the employee higher education reimbursement. Even if you meet all the requirements it is up to your manager and a few manager levels above your manager to approve the benefits.
401K is no longer offered as a bonus
good vacation and time off
Open to all types of marital situations. Pension plan, and many other benefits such as help with tuition and advanced training
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.