Excellent 401K match and it is invested with Vanguard. Excellent and inexpensive life insurance offerings. Other benefits were average.
Good benefits suite but entirely too expensive for employees
You can earn extra $$ by exercising staying healthy! The 401(k) match is 100% up to 4% and you vest immediately.
copays were reasonable in comparison to other employers
Reliance Standard has a very mediocre benefits package. They no longer offer a pension plan and they are SHOCKED that no one stays with the company longer than a few years anymore. They offer 3% 401k contribution whether or not you contribute (immediately 100% vested). The medical insurance benefits are HORRID, there is no vision insurance, and dental benefits are average. They offer a bunch of products (e.g. annuities), but employees are not offered most of the products that the company sells. You get a small amount of life insurance for free, STD/LTD coverage of 50% of your salary (max buy-up is 60% which is pathetic for STD), and supplemental/dependent life and AD&D are extra. There are NO bonuses and $50 incentives here and there for everyone except sales and management. Your raise will likely be 2% annually (absolute maximum is 3% and that is if you are one of the TOP employees). They do allow you to pay for your train pass out of your paycheck using pre-tax dollars. The pay is not high enough to make up for the below average benefits.
Ok for company of size
very average nothing special. NO bonuses only COLA every year.
The 401(k) offered an employer contribution which is pretty generous. STD and LTD require a buy up to get the standard 60%, which is more expensive than I was expecting. The good thing is that the premium for medical is adjusted based on your salary, so lower salaries have lower premiums. Dental is pretty expensive compared to other companies. There's also no employer HSA contribution.
everything seems pretty standard as corporate benefits packages are concerned. decent health insurance, decent pay, decent opportunities.
The best thing about the benefit package was the matching 401k the worst was the amount of sick days.
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