Benefits package could be better - it's not the best but probably isn't the worst either.
No match on 401k, limited time off allowed in certain departments although advertised otherwise
Good health benefits, no 401k match
Benefits are fine, not amazing not horrible.
You start off with two weeks depending on the time of year you start. After five years you get 3 weeks and at fifteen years you cap at 4 weeks. No match in 401k but at the end of the year you may receive a small discretionary bonus depending on how the co pant is doing. Not great but it’s something.
Below average on the benefits, no 401k matching, very little PTO (2 weeks vacation, 5 sick days, 1 personal), insurance is not great and they do not offer any salary during FMLA you must use short term disability which is very low. Human Resources is basically there to do paperwork and does very little to develop employee culture and engagement. Very old fashioned attitude towards workers with regards to promoting career paths, employee development or growth.
No 401k matching. Health insurance was rather expensive (over 600 a month for family coverage) and the cost rises every year I've been here. 22 vacation+sick+personal days a year. Nothing about the benefits package is impressive.
decent healthcare but you still have to pay a lot
Health plan was ok but cost much more than one would expect from a company of this size. Blue Cross Blue Shield was the carrier at that time.
The benefit is no great
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