Some health insurance premium options could be lower but they are better than most employers. Not many complaints about the benefits package
Lots of discounts and good health insurance
Koch has good benefits. For a salaried professional, I would describe the benefits consistent with large corporations. Medical, Vision, Dental, life, AD&D, etc insurances are offered. There are a few plans to choose from that are mostly a balance between deductible and monthly premium (ie, as deductible goes up, monthly premium goes down). Vacation time is on the low side. 401k Match is pretty good. Match starts after 1 year of service and you can get up to 5.5% of match. Additionally, the company automatically gives you 3% (which starts on day 1). Holidays are pretty standard for a big company. There is a education reimbursement program, but it's the standard big company one that's roughly $5,000/year
Not the best benefits that I've had. Huge deductible to meet before being able to get any types of benefits and with a bigger family the cost is outrages. Provides tuition reimbursement to help with educational costs.
Solid benefits with 3 great options on different health care packages
Diverse benefits package at extremely reasonable rates. Easy to understand and human resources was very knowledgeable about all offerings from basic insurance to retirement.
Health insurance deductible and premiums are reasonable. 6% match on 401K. Dental, life insurance, disability and vision premiums are reasonable. Vacation time ranges from 2-5 years depending on level however always ask for more upon hire as they will typically give it to you.
The company 401-k is very competitive with a dollar for dollar match up to the first 6% of your salary. The health benefits are also very competitive.
Pros: Roth 401k. Cons: Sick leave, personal leave, and vacation benefits have fallen behind.
The health insurance was a lot better last year. It's now more expensive and covers a lot less. Prescription coverage is horrible.
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