Employees at Progressive enjoy a wide range of benefits. We offer medical, dental and vision coverage and a 401(k) plan--with a 6% match. We also offer some unexpected benefits, such as seated massage, lactation rooms, on-site fitness centers ,and health clinics at our larger locations.
We even provide options to help you manage your work-life balance, including non-traditional schedules and work-from-home arrangements. Employees can also take part in a number of programs to succeed in their role and grow their career, including in-house training programs, mentorships, and tuition assistance. It's not surprise that we also offer free employee courses on how to improve their overall health, ranging from stress management to financial health.
And, there are a lot more benefits sprinkled into the mix.
The health Insurance, retirement, PTO and all benefits are fantastic
401k match, yearly profit sharing, company computer, company vehicle, company cell phone, paid training, paid for license renewals
We have great flex schedule options. Also a profit sharing bonus and discounts for a lot of companies.
Company does offer multiple benefits such as 401k, paid training, yearly bonuses, paid time off ect.
The benefits are great, everything you would need including health, dental, vision, 401k, lots of time off, you can even get really cheap life insurance for your spouse and/or children.
all the benifits are great just like most big companies they offer good retirement and health benifits to their employees and they offer tuition reimbursment and great dental plan
Company offers excellent 401k matching of 6% and vacation is earn time off which accrues every two weeks and can be carry over at the end of the year
Health insurance, 401k, discounts for a lot of companies (hotels, rentals, etc)
The Health Insurance is mediocre and under Aetna. $600 medical deductible. $50 dental. Then they cover %80 of medical bills. It’s a financial burden. If you have kids it’s one deductible per kid.
Great health insurance and matching 6% 401k. No paid time off for maternity leave. (In Georgia anyways). Not a lot of holidays off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.