Mercer has a competitive benefits package and great voluntary benefits packages. They also have 401k match. Time off and vacation package is competitive as well.
Comprehensive benefit package is offered
No more pension benefits and no parking allowance.
Generous vacation and sick time, paid holidays off, good health insurance options, after waiting period: 6% employer contribution to 401k and 3% match if you contribute 6%. Benefits start on date of hire. Good life insurance options and voluntary supplemental benefits. Short and long term disability are employer paid. (You can opt to pay for a long term disability buy up)
Wide variety of benefit options to choose from. Opportunities to participate in programs that help decrease premium.
Mercer has a good benefits package. It is the only decent thing that the company offers. They have a good 401k match.
Full range of benefits including health and wellness, vacation and PTO, retirement, 401k matching, transit, insurance, and corporate discounts. Exempt employees get bonuses, non-exempt get overtime.
Vacation package is better than average, but with workload you might feel able to use it.
Great 401k benefits, good time off benefits that scale with the time you are there.
We get plenty of PTO and you can often work from home. I wish the health insurance was as good as it once was however and the 401k has gotten worse.
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