Working at John Deere is a great feeling. You connect with other highly talented employees. You're part of a company that recognizes and embraces diversity and inclusion. You have a role in producing the highest quality products and services. And you know that Deere is committed to being a great corporate citizen of the world. But more, you are recognized and rewarded for your contributions.
401k is the best one of the few companies that still have a pension
Intern essentially receive the same benefit as full-time employees. They match up to 6% for 401K.
Includes everything, health care, dental and retirement
Nothing bad about the benefits package. A lot of options and everything is covered. I didn't look at it too much because I was just a summer intern and didn't need it.
They paid very well for my internship. I was not expecting that much and was even signed up for many benefits. The worst part was only dealing with the benefits I got signed up for after leaving the internship.
The 401(k) was my favorite part. There were some fantastic opportunities for a young investor.
Strong benefits program with many things, including 401k, HSA, health insurance (high deductible), maternal and paternal leave (new). The John Deere benefits are very good.
The company really takes time to meet up with employees one-one and discuss benefits and insurances. I was able to put away a large portion of my check into a Roth IRA and a 401K plan.
The best thing about the benefits package is that it's so comprehensive. For instance, you don't just have a company matched 401K but you also get a pension after working their 5 years. You have company sponsored healthcare where the company contributes to an employee's HSA. You have paid time-off in addition to vacation. You have plenty of development opportunities as well including but not limited to tuition reimbursement.
The best thing about our benefits is we don't pay out of pocket for them. The worst thing about our benefits is they quit covering your medication and deny your appeals. Especially when your doctor faced them a necessity letter stayed you had an allergic reaction to the alternative medication they provided. Stated you needed the medication to do daily life things and it helped with depression. You don't have a choice of what tier you are on and the fact that other tiers cover it. The fact they did cover it but they can evaluate it and change it on you well after 3 years paying out of pocket for medication you would think they could re evaluate it and start covering it again. To also know that once you appeal for medication coverage they will later pull your doctor out of network to. So needless to say they really don't care about the employee and to me seems as united health care denied medication so there wallet book gets fatter. When it comes to someone's health I would choose to be broke thevredt if my life and pay whatever it took as long as my family wasbtajen care of. I'm sure were not the only ones going through this but it is funny history can't give you a straight answer and they just point fingers at each other.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.