Best thing is that you get paid to walk and you get discounts for coffee shops, movie tickets etc..
Keep up with the times and the changing needs of health and wellness, as well as employee flexibility.
The worst thing about the benefits package at Morton Salt is that they only offer a 2 week vacation. You have to work at the company 5 years to get an additional week of vacation. No work from home policy even as they tried to modernize their workforce by moving to an open office.
Medical is expensive, but at least it is Blue Cross / Blue Shield. Used to be Aetna, which was not as good.
Insurance is so high and not that great, time off is so hard as we need to schedule prior and cannot call in sick. No perks of any sort.
Benefit package this year is AWFUL. Worse year ever. If i could give a zero rating I would.
Health insurance doubled or in some cases tripled for 2016. They added in surprise extra fees if you keep your spouse on the insurance ($100/month more) or smoke ($50/month more). The deductible also increased by $2000. They put money into an HSA to try to make up for it, but now it just takes longer to reach the out of pocket max. 401k is good. They seem to match more than most employers. If I remember correctly match for match up to 3% then match $0.50 after that up to 6%. Vacation is nothing special. Standard 2 weeks after being there a year with 2 floating holidays.
Is average benefits, vacation time is below industry average
The insurance plans were good, vacation time was reasonable and 401k matching was standard. Tuition assistance was nice, but the process was a bit tedious. Other than that little benefit. Calling in sick was met with disdain for salaried personnel, people were regularly at work sick because work from home was not ok.
The major benefits insurance, benefits, 401K, etc. seem to be fairly standard, although health insurance options offered are not as good as they used to be.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.