The company offers a lot of perks! Great health insurance, a good amount of paid time off and the option to purchase an extra week of vacation, tuition reimbursement and more.
Maternity Leave is 12 weeks of job protection. Additionally you get 6 weeks paid at 70%
Health insurance is based on Income level, does not vary by state.
Used to have good health benefits but started downhill around 2015. I left in ‘15 but my spouse is a current employee. Health plans used to be some of the best in the industry, but they quietly transitioned the Core plan to a high deductible BCBS of Alabama plan that is one of the worst plans available. No Rx coverage until $2000 deductible, even general prac visits are usually over $100. 2 free OB/GYN visits per year and allegedly some mental health benefits are deductible-free but don’t expect ADD/ADHD medicine or doctors to be covered under mental health. You must switch to the much more expensive Advantage plan to really see any sort of benefits if you’re not constantly in the hospital, and Rx coverage sucks under Advantage and has a deductible to meet too, albeit only $150. 401(k) choices are bland and could be much better. They want you to invest in Regions stock which is worrisome at best and a penny-stock at worst.
At the time I worked at Regions, they offered up to a 4% match on 401K, as well as the option of a personalized 401K investment plan. Overall, the benefits are great, and getting every national holiday as a paid day off is a huge plus.
Health insurance is very affordable but prescription coverage is awful and poor customer service by an incompetent mail service for prescriptions. Stick with local pharmacies.
The best is vacation and sick time and the worst is the insurance
Excellent health insurance, 3 weeks vacation with option to purchase more, 12 sick days, 401K
The benefits are all reasonably priced. The 401k program is very generous. Health, Vision, Dental, 401k, paid vacation and sick leave
Benefits pail in comparison to banks a decade ago, vast riches paid to executive level, rank and file benefits are good but on the miserly side.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.