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“It was a standard 401 (k). My biggest gripe is I was new when COVID hit and so I didn't really get to fully participate in the company match because they'd stop matching for a while and by the time they started the match back up I was on my way out. ”
“Run of the mill packages in the standard gold, silver, bronze tiers. Pretty affordable. Not much to say about it either way. ”
“Best thing is sick time as a separate bank outside of PTO. Offered several options and is constantly considerate of the climate. For example last year we were offered a floating day of volunteer time to participate in peaceful protests. ”
NAB offers a good benefits package overall.
Affordable benefits, built in sick time outside of standard PTO bank, employee perks program were the best things. The benefits were pretty standard, I can't think of an overall "con" that is related to the benefits offering themselves. Medical care and access is just overall expensive.
Great medical insurance and opportunities to receive significant discounts
The company has good benefits that show they care about their employees!
Expensive, bonus sucks, pay sucks
Standard Benefits package - 2 weeks vacation, paid sick time off, 7 holidays, 2 floating holidays, 1 paid day off to volunteer, tuition assistance, 401k, medical/dental/vision, EAP
benifit package was overall good.
Standard Vacation Time is two weeks. Most employers in the metro Detroit area offer a standard three weeks.
It’s a world-class benefits package. The health package is exceptional. 401k partial match is great. It is really hard to say anything negative about the benefits offered.
A lot of great people.
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