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“The insurance is comprehensive and offered at an array of levels. Only the lowest allows for HSA accounts and building funds, but the flexibility offered is appreciated.”
“Maternity/"primary caregiver" leave is pretty good compared to many large US companies, especially now that they don't make you burn most of your PTO before taking the 14 weeks paid. Parental/"non-primary caretaker" leave of 1 week is pretty abysmal and old fashioned - this policy implies that one of the parents (typically the dad) shouldn't be nearly as involved as the other (typically the mother). In my opinion something like 4 weeks would be much more reasonable and show that the company supports fathers spending time with their family.”
“Pretty on par with the most other companies. Match up to a certain % and you can contribute up to 25%”
Good health insurance options, great benefits for primary caregivers, company store on-site
A previously mid-range benefit package is evolving, more family-friendly. Particular emphasis on parental leave and support enhancement related to family needs have had a major and positive impact.
Awesome benefits, high deductible options for healthcare
They have good benefits, health, dental, vision etc
Great benefits a Nestle Purina, 401k match, health plan, dental plan, life insurance, good amount of paid time off
Lots of options for health care. Ample PTO and holidays
Great total compensation package, considering benefits
There are many health care coverage options, as well as a 401k and pension plan.
They are good. Dental benefits are average. 401K is matched to a percentage. Some employees also have a pension plan. Overall good. I am satisfied.
I love the culture.
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