Note: I was a full-time INTERN Best parts of the compensation package: Company Demo Car (most recent model year), made getting to work a breeze and made me proud to work for the company that built it. Financial Relocation Assistance- Nissan provided a stipend that (after taxes, as it was taxed as a bonus) just about covered my rent with roommates for the summer. I lived with two other Nissan interns and would recommend doing the same for financial/convenience reasons. Worst part was the lack of relocation assistance, information-wise. With the exception of a few local interns, most of us were moving to the area from out of state or out of the area. It was challenging to find somewhere to live that fit the bill within my budget!
The insurance is extremely affordable, however there is a high deductible. The wellness program is simple and provides a good amount.
Good insurance and 401k. Other perks as well. The pay is also decent, but the job is demanding. Vacation time is not much starting out, but you got from 80 to 120 in 5 years and 120 to 160 in 10 years. At plants your 80 hours of vacation is pre-scheduled for shutdowns, so you won't have any day to schedule until you have been with the company for 5 Years.
Good Benefits. Comprehensive healthcare plan(s) at very reasonable costs. Great car benefits.
Strong health insurance and competitive 401(k). Maternity leave is only STD.
Affordable health insurance - great employee lease vehicle program
Bad thing is that holiday pay accrues as you go and only get 2wks.
Hired in long term contract position. Benefits packages are offered through Kelly Services however they do not qualify under Obamacare and cover very little
I enjoy HDHP / HSA plan, but those with expensive conditions could spend a lot more than with a normal healthcare plan.
Premium vehicle package plan that means you drive a new car every year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.