Health insurance rates continue to increase year over year. This is however likely the same with most corporations today.
Pretty good. Just about average,
The health benefits were generally good, year after year. But cost and deductibles kept rising ... what else is new! They have a good 401K plan. Vacation benefits were generous. There were also other perks such as employee discounts with different companies.
Awesome benefits and compensation structure
It is a lot for the family plans, more than i should have to pay for not the best service
Their time off policies and their 401K match
Benefits are improving with the increase in tuition reimbursement and more options for insurance.
Ricoh had health insurance, vacation and sick time earned after the first 90 days (of being a full time worker, on top of all the time spent as a temporary worker). No subsidized gym memberships, no commuter benefits, they needed to cut the budget so they stopped their 401k matching program. Retirement and maternity leave didn't kick in for a year or more. HR was only available through an 800 number, so support was essentially nonexistent.
You are offered a 401k but not to be matched 100%. The site determines the raise so if the negotiation by site manager is awful don't expect much.
Most of the benefits are unaffordable, the 401K is a joke-the company matches and then stops matching contributions whenever they see fit.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.