Prudential has one of the best medical plans. The benefits department is very helpful. It can be overwhelming with all of the choices, but help is there.
Prudential offers good Pension plan
Excellent and comprehensive total rewards program
No complaints about their benefits. Great medical plan with Aetna.
Excellent 401(k), vacation and personal time off programs. Health insurance costly. Also a good employer funded pension plan and retiree health and medical account.
Great Benefits but not that great salary. Even if you've been with the company for years
Excellent paid time off, maternity and paternity best overall, 401K, medical and dental.
Rated it neutral as I worked here as a contractor and am not really sure of the benefits offered.
Best things: 401k match and health insurance from day 1, volunteer hour donations, 50% charitable donation match via payroll deduction, on-site free financial planner/advisor, remote work (if your manager is OK with it), company nurse and counselor/social worker on-site Worst things: not a penny's worth of bonus if you start in September or afterwards, HDHP is the only really reasonable option in terms of premium costs (but nobody's got a really good health plan these days), 401k doesn't have Vanguard options (so no rollovers unless you want more costly plan providers)
401k match up to 4%, okay health insurance, on-site gym
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