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“The range of options from high deductible/low monthly cost to low deductible/high monthly cost”
“Competitive company match with optional support to make sure investments are chosen with the best approach for each individuals retirement plan and risk profile. ”
“Generous Vacation and sick leave offered to all employees at time of hire. ”
Cheap premiums, High deductible plans. Maternity and paternity leave.
Affordable health care with great coverage
Good health insurance and 401k plan
Offer 12-week paid parental leave at 100% pay (combination of short-term disability and paid parental leave); offer 6% company match on 401k; contribute $500 to health flex spending account.
Disappointing/average benefits package from the largest privately held company in the US. If they want to attract and retain "A" level employees, Koch will need to up their benefits game to compete.
Affordable health insurance at any level depending on your future plans. Progressive maternity and paternity additions much appreciated. All benefits easily accessible and trackable.
The best thing about the benefits package is the range of options available for medical, dental, life insurance, etc. They provide generous 401k match, adequate time off for new employees and great work life balance. They are inconsistent with their work from home policies across companies.
Maternity and paternity leave offered, adoption assistance, infertility assistance, education reimbursement, etc. Paid volunteer time off would be a nice add!
Decent dental, health and vision insurance.
Great benefits overall, reasonable cost for health and dental and a 401k match.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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