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“Offer two great programs depending on your needs.”
“Through Fidelity. Provide matching up to 6%.”
“Start out with two weeks vacation, can go up to three.”
Nationstar dba Mr. Cooper has great benefits. Great vacation, sick time, volunteer time, 401K, great insurance programs. Company also provides company employee events.
The benefits are the worst I've seen. If you have a family you can expect to spend 400 a month just for medical that has high out of pocket costs outside of preventative services
Ok for a smaller company.
nationstar is awesome place to work
Standard benefits package. 401k and paid vacation.
Fair benefits package for full time employees
It was all very good in 2012-2013. Medical coverage was great, as was short terma nd long term disability, life, 401K, PTO, etc.
Benefits were adequate. There were no glaring issues to report.
Good is they do have 401K and some matching. Bad is vesting is 2 years instead of standard 1 and it is a low match given other companies in this field. Vacation if an VP and above get more time off than other workers. Bonus at AVP and up is...limited because have to take only a portion of what is given [ie earned] usually around .65 of whatever % you are allotted that year. So say you are granted a 10K bonus, you actually only get 6500 then they take taxes out of that before you get it and it does not come until March for the prior year? Seriously???? Oh and do not look for any kind of relevant raise. Most ever got was 2%. Also, depending on manager, may not get a real annual review or discussion about career advancement. The company says it is trying to change but have not seen major changes here as yet on matters that a lot of people care about.
Worst thing is that they don't give new mothers more paid time off with their newborns.
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