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.
The company has the best 401k I've seen so far
John Deere’s 401K, pension, medical insurance, dental insurance, maternity and paternity leave, and vacation are all unparalleled. If open to moving to different cities to take on new positions and learn different parts of the business, Deere makes the process painless by covering moving expenses and providing a moving bonus to offset miscellaneous expenses associated with getting settled in a new home.
Health insurance is extremely bad. There was a time that employees paid $5 for every doctor visit. Today employees have to achieve a threshold of about $6K every year so the insurance starts working. 401K is very good since there is a company match program. Fixed compensation is above average and variable compensation was great, but now variable compensation is being reduced to generate higher returns for shareholders. For promotions, the only way to keep your career going is to be friend of a Director or VP.
Pro: John Deere has a very prestigious pension and 401K plan. One of the best in the industry. Con: The healthcare provider is one that is not typically seen in good light but the benefits Deere has through them are good.
Bonuses are great, 401K match good, health insurance
Say they are telework friendly but are not.
401K and pension plan are provided
401k is the best one of the few companies that still have a pension
Only a student analyst internship. Not too much to say about the benefit package. But employees here look satisfactory working with the company.
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.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.