Great benefits, great rates, retirement and 401k
401k has HIGH fees, only Vanguard Investor shares offered instead of better Vanguard Admiral shares
They have a competitive health insurance plan and do focus on keeping costs to the employee costs to a minimum. Competitive employer match as well with the 401k.
401k, medical coverage, sick leave
Great benefits overall - above market. Only significant gap is maternity leave.
The benefits overall are competitive in the transportation industry.
Benefits relatively good for the area 80 20 with a moderate co-pay. Fairly high deductible. 401 k is the industry standard, employer match up to 3%. The company used to have a pension plan but has since been scrapped.
They don't offer any benefits to seasonal employees.
The medical insurance (health, dental, vision) is cheap for premiums. However, deductibles and out pocket expenses are very high cost. Furthermore, they aren't a "secondary insurance" meaning if you try to double cover a dependent who has insurance through they're employer already, your wasting your money because Lynden wont cover anything past what the other employer will provide. They're vacation and holiday benefits are the bare minimum as well - only two weeks vacation for the first 5 years and only 9 paid holidays. They offer no short-term disability, so no maternity/paternity leave. They did have a pension, so that's why no one has every left the company in the last ten years, because they are grandfathered into the pension; only 401k plan for new employees. No ability to work from home, despite them having the technology already in place.
The company offered everything: accrued vacation, 401K, health and wellness programs, medical, dental, etc. Offering these benefits is nice. What is NICER is that they had a very professional HR staff to keep this stuff understandable.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.