They go through BlueCross Blue Shield
There is no dental or vision insurance offered (unless you allocate additional money into a Health Savings Account). No short-term or long-term disability is offered. The health insurance coverage is OK, but the premiums are high--especially if you have a lower paying position. The paid vacation caps out at two weeks after two years of employment and you have to take it one-week blocks (Sunday-Saturday, not mid-week to mid-week), you can't take it one day here and there. No paid sick days.
Benefits are not the best. Retirement options are the worst I've ever worked for. Health insurance is expensive and you have to pay for your own drug tests, pre employment personality testing, and all uniforms. You will work a minimum of 1 week for free for the company just to cover preemployment costs.
Medical/Dental insurance, 401k, PTO, relocation services, car company, apparel allowance, expense reemburishiment, STS, FMLA,
There were virtually no benefits.
You get one week vacation the first year and it must all be used at once, you also must sign-up for it in order of seniority. You are paid for holidays, but will likely have to work the Saturday before, which means you will never have a 3 day weekend. 401K is awful: Maxes out at 4% after your 16%. New near-site health care option is only for those with company's expensive and limited insurance. 1-2 personal/sick days a year (they count those as the same). The lack of decent benefits was a big part of why I left.
Decent benefit package, but you need to look into it for yourself. What works for one person or family may not work for others. Take your time when evaluating the who package.
The worse thing about working at pepsi is dealing with incompetent managers and hard headed co-workers.
401K company match is great
The health benefit package is way over priced compared to private health plans
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