Making a new hire requires a lot of time and effort—which is no big secret if you’re a recruiter! But it’s not just recruiters dedicating their resources to hiring: Everyone from hiring managers and potential team members to senior leaders and receptionists can be called in to participate in some aspect of the interview process. Yet for an activity that touches so many people, interviewing is not always given the respect it deserves.
They are pretty well rounded as they are a big organization. There are numerous divisions and packages vary based on the team that you join but the benefits remain the same. I was an intern but I am posting what full-time employees typically get there.
Recently moved to a less expensive health provider that covers almost nothing.
Liberal time off and sick time policies
Best: Health insurance is high percent coverage 90% for PPA and generous vacation days. Worst: 401k is not matching.
Interns receive 7 vacation days a year, and can buy health insurance should they be full time.
Each and every team member plays a vital role in our success. Our sales team (both inside and outside) ensures that we lead in outstanding customer satisfaction. Our warehouse team (drivers, dispatchers) strives to get the right parts delivered--and fast! Our IT support team provides cutting edge solutions, while our purchasing department helps get the best products for our wonderful customers. Our personnel and financial teams are great in assisting the company to run smoothly on a daily basis. With all these moving parts working together as a team to make us a success, we are rapidly expanding and looking for candidates to join our family. If you or maybe someone you know is looking to join an
Benefits are competitive with other companies of this size. Vacation maxes out at 32 days/year plus 7 holidays (in the US)
Benefits package is very good. 401K dropped off % of match in recent years.
No 401 K match options, or any good stock options. The yearly PTO is good.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.