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“You're only covered while playing, when you are done playing and still have injuries you are on your own.”
“They match two for one.”
“Dependent on years played and must be 4 or more.”
health insurance 401k severance plans and offering to pay for college tuition 2 years after retirement is a big benifit. also with 3 active years you get pension benefits.
The 401K match is excellent.
A matched 401k plan is all you get as a freelance artist.
Pension plan is the most lucrative benefit offered - League contributes 15% of annual salary into Pension fund. Health/Dental/Vision plans are competitive. But compared to other tech & media companies, paid parental policy is behind = 12 weeks of leave for both mothers & fathers, only 4 weeks of which are paid.
15% 401k Contribution is the best part of job
The NFL has a pension plan for all full time employees. Salaries and benefits are not competitive in Media (particularly digital) industry.
Fully loaded benefits package
Contract employee benefits are limited and minimal. Full-Time Benefits are excellent. Those checked below are offered to full-time employees.
the best thing about working for the nfl is the package u receive
For seasonal (contract) employees, there is a barebones, sky-high deductible benefits package offered that is actually worse than not offering benefits at all. It is not only far worse than what’s available on Obamacare, but the fact that they offer it makes the employee ineligible to take benefits through Healthcare.gov, whether or not you accept their poor package. And there isn’t another, more expensive benefits package available to employees who really need to cover themselves adequately.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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