Being in the employee benefits space keeps Pru ahead of the game when it comes to what is offered to their employees
Company Benefits are great for anyone that can do the job.
Not many options available to choose from.
health insurance is a little expensive, 401K match, work from home opportunities depending on the department, flexible work arrangement
Have a fair 401 k and health insurance benefits Pension is available but nothing substantial
It's great that Prudential still has a pension. Although it's modest, it's a nice bonus. The company matches 401K contributions at 4 percent, which is about average or less than average for the industry. Prudential offers so-so insurance options. All of them seem to be high deductible, which is not ideal if you tend to see specialists or go to the doctor more than a few times a year (as you'll pay out of pocket to reach the deductible). The company has good perks for working parents, on-site gyms, etc.
High deductibles, high co-pays, low coverage for dental insurance
The benefits package was quite standard for the industry. There was nothing outstanding good or bad about any part of it
Health, retirement plans, dental, Working Advantage discounts, design your own vacation schedule anytime
About 4 weeks of PTO time, this includes sick days, personal days etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.