Good base bonus around 15-30 %, followed by multipliers for individual contribution and companies performance. The bonus can go up-to 25 - 65%.
Full benefit package available to all full time employees
10 paid holidays a year. 14 day vacation after the first year. 401k matching up to 5% and fully vested after 3 years.
They offer all the standard benefits medical, dental, vision, 401K, and retirement. They were competitive with most market offerings in their industry.
Extremely expensive prescription coverage. Prescriptions require a $1500 out of pocket copay individual, $3000 out of pocket employee+1 dependent, before they are covered. Doctor visit copays have doubled in 4 years. Don't count on tuition reimbursement unless your manager likes you because it is completely their discretion if you qualify. They've been trying to move employees off the PPO to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
Very competitive benefits. You hope that you never need to use some of them, but they are there for us when something goes wrong.
Best thing was having both a pension and 401(k) plan, even though the pension plan changed to a less generous formula in 2009. Also, retiree medical was taken away, 1/1/06, for new incoming employees. They are always looking for ways to cut company expenses, so this can effect benefits. Someone posted here, earlier, that H&W premiums and deductibles always go up. I would agree with that. Vacation is pretty standard across the industry, along with 10 annual company holidays. Be SURE to take your vacation days, as they do NOT roll over to the next calendar year.
Company match in the 401k is only 6%
Ok benefit package but each year the deductibles are climbing.
Tuition reimbursement is provided to employees looking to further their education. University is nearby and provides flexibility of programs.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.