Higher end salaried employees were limited in 401K % the EMPLOYEE could contribute. It was an IRS rule, but was still significant hit on retirement savings pre-tax. I didn't use the health care insurance, some people complained it was limited.
To my knowledge they have vision and dental.
Not amazing medical insurance (deductible increases yearly), but has quite extensive options: Vision, dental and medical as well as 401K (with matching) and lower-cost purchase options for long/short term disability, legal assistance, death/dismemberment, hospital indemnity and life insurance. Decreased cost of stays at RHG hotels.
There are none! For no one, not even managers.
Thought benefits were good. Loved the vacation accrual and personal days.
Hi deductible for medical, mediocre hotel discount - limited availability
Benefits are the fairly standard - which is good enough for me.
Managers get two weeks paid vacation after one year of employment. Sales Departments receive quarterly bonuses plus year-end team bonus depending on your numbers.
Nice benefits, the company I went thru tho got me fired due to switch from FMLA to IOLA.
Vacation time standard for the industry. Employee rates and Friends and Family Rates are a good benefit. Health insurance and health savings account was not competitive at all - it very expensive for such a large company, surprisingly so. Compensation was competitive but the cost of the benefits was so high that the higher compensation did not matter.
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