Overall, Marathon offers great benefits. They recently expanded their benefits for both maternity and parental leave. There are also plenty of little perks here and there that I feel like most people aren't aware of because they are promoted more. You may only know they exists if you search for it on benefits sites. On the negative side, starting off you start with very little vacation time.
not too bad. better then some, but not great. was salaried. no union and exempt Everything is depended on your supervisor. some are clock watchers, some are good as long as u do your job. Mostly everything changed when GBR was assumed. Many know,but heavens never speak of it. it was better, prior. You become a number. a "what have you done for me now, not yesterday", which also determines your benefits. they say alot that they care, but do not. just for show and your just a metric. There is a lot of "who you know, which can get you opportunity" to move up. They do offer previous employers history when it comes to vacation. some benefits are"just for show" like discounts, childcare, adoption. as for medical...well just good ole anthem. not great, you do pay a good portion out of pocket. the always talk bonus, but if you not number 1,, not in your group or department but "in the entire company", it is good, however they are very below industry average
Great Health Insurance- I love health insurance that they provide.
The 401k match is very generous with a 7% match. Health and dental coverage is adequate. Yearly bonuses are a pous. Minimal vacation time at the start of your career
To pick one "best" thing would be tough. Every person has different needs. However, I think the best thing is that the overall package is incredibly well-rounded, providing a broad array of Financial and Health benefits to ensure that employees have both S-T and L-T stability.
Employer offered no health or dental insurance, 401k, vacation days, daycare assistance, periodic raises. When asked about these things, all were refused. Despite the fact that I was responsible for training new employees, could not get another dime added to hourly wages.
Absolutely no benefits and at minimum wage cannot afford private insurance
There is absolutely zero diversity at either the corporate office or refineries. Avoid if you’re a minority or female. Like the other reviewer said, if you’re a redneck white conservative trump voter then you’ll fit right in!
Very rigid benefits package--not flexible. 2 weeks vacation to start, 3 weeks at 5 years, 4 weeks at 10 years, 5 weeks at 20 years, and 6 weeks at 30 years.
Amazing benefits that include a 7% 401k match on your 6%!!! Great health insurance including EAP and company pension is amazing benefit :-)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.