The 401k program and the profit sharing. The 401k matching is higher than the majority of companies in America. The executives of the company do a great job in the investment funds they pick and monitor for the employees to invest in. Overall benefits are good, except they need to provide more paid time off.
The company had not yet created a benefits package back in that time.
From what I hear it's good for Management, but I don't know any Sales Reps who have the Company Health Ins. They will tell you that you can qualify after 3 months of working 30 hours per week or more, but nobody ever seems to make it, or take advantage of it.
Profit sharing is an unexpected bonus and the highlight of the benefits offered at PBP. PTO is average for everyone except those who have been with the company more than 10 years. You're only allowed to rollover 2 weeks of vacation each year and anything else is lost.
Great 401k package. 10 vacation days. Stopped doing summer picnic but lots of opportunities to see local sport teams and theater plays.
Company perks are great. I often get free box seats to Eagles / Sixers / Flyers games. Also the health plan is solid, and I don't have a good comparison for 401k since it is the first one I have ever had.
The health benefits could be better, and the salaries higher. The vision is only a discount program, and doesn't cover much.
Time off is the biggest con. You can't take a day off until you've worked for 6 months, and you only earn .9 vacation days a month. Health insurance is a little pricey compared to other companies.
Philadelphia Eagles Box tickets each week! Awesome 401k and benefits program. Very nice people. love working there !
Great health insurance, OK dental...not so good eye insurance. 401K plan though Merrill Lynch and the company matches 50% of what you put in. (Ex: if you put 3% per paycheck PBP will put an additional 1.5% in the 401K)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.