Diverse benefits that are not available at smaller employers.
The pay was very average but the benefits were competitive.
Health insurance premium is high
401K plan is matched by company after being invested 5 years. Various health plans with various deductibles. I had to pick a higher deductible plan to afford the monthly payment for my family.
Health insurance plans were drastically reduced from pretty decent to expensive and bad in 2015. The bonus program was completely eliminated, and during the two years that I worked there there was a hiring/salary/promotion freeze that made working there miserable.
Great health, dental, vision benefits
401 K very well managed.
*We are the biggest insurance brokerage in the world. Our sister operating company is the largest handler of employee benefits in the world. YET - We get worse health plan options than Mercer sells to other companies. *We have an employee stock purchase plan that typically nets you less money than if you bought the stock on the open market. *You lose all of the time off you don't use each year. Time off is counted in days and subdivided into types of days off with different restrictions. *Raises are not guaranteed, regardless of performance review or cost of living/inflation increases. *Bonuses are unheard of for most departments regardless of performance. Those that are lucky enough to receive bonuses are subject to the completely subjectivity of their group's director. ***While many benefits are offered, the benefits are comparatively much lower than other similar companies, and in many cases virtually useless. *One good thing - company offers a retirement plan that is 100% company funded. You must work at the company for a long time and wait until retirement age to collect, and it's not a lot of money, but it's 100% company paid, and not common practice for other similar companies.
Pension and 401k were good.
I found it interesting that my vacation/PTO benefits were competitive, however, I was unable to utilize this benefit due to the massive overload of work.
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