HDHP with employee contributing to premium. Decent HSA; KCI does give you $500/1000 into HSA each year. Paid time off on the lower end of the spectrum.
Average offerings, cost is fair if you do not smoke, no vacation accrual for exempt employees, 401K only 3% matching
401k employer match, ESOP (employee stock program) auto enrollment, PTO ratio increase, holiday include black friday, extra floating holiday paid, overtime, work from home, indoor/outdoor work, great health insurance, additional $500 for HSA, mentorship program, management program, emerging leaders program, continuing education assistance. The company will also put on picnics, christmas white elephant parties and holiday events.
100% employee-owned. ESOP program is remarkable.
Best thing is employee ownership. Worst thing is the amount of leave time.
The best thing is the ESOP program, the worst thing is the health insurance, but it's no worse than elsewhere.
When you include the ESOP contribution to all employees and the company 401K match, KCI's retirement benefit is top of the class. I have used the educational assistance program to obtain my Master's and the company sets aside a training budget for each employee. KCI commits to training leaders early in their careers through our Emerging Leaders program.
Best: wide array of benefits packages and 401k investment selections for full time employees. Worst: Health insurance can be somewhat expensive but still fair.
ESOP is 100% vested at 5 years, they pay out when and if you leave, PLUS a 3% match of 6% contribution on 401(k). The best retirement of any private company I've heard about. It's not a pension, but as close as you can get these days. Health care could be better, has gone to exclusively a HDHP.
Best: Health, dental, and vision insurance, ESOP option,work flexibility Worst: PTO/holidays
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