401K is great, vision and health have advanced. Great PTO and vacation time. They have made the transition to the Stryker family easy. Love that they offer paternity leave.
401K at 11%. 3 weeks vacation to start. On site nurse free to those with insurance. 20$ co pay if not on insurance.
Benefits are great. 11% 401k match. Clinic in the building with a great nurse free to employees. Gym free. Physical therapist free.
The best part of the Sage benefit package is the 401K program.
Sage just added Vision insurance for 2016 and kept rates flat vs. increasing like so many others. Had nurse on site with $0 copayment if on benefits.
The 3p that they offer is cool. The longer you are there the more the bonus is. Sage does not have stock.
Sage has learned over the years that, if you take care of your employee as an investment by providing a competitive compensation, wonderful retirement program and excellent health benefits, you will develop a great place to work and be able to keep employees engaged at the place of business.
Overall, Geat benefits... 100% company match up to 10% of your salary, BlueCross BlueShield is very good, with a discount for Healthcare Participation plan as well. Vision coverage is only a discount card, so if you need visioncare coverage, I guess a discount is better than nothing but there is really No Vision coverage. Best of all is, they have an "on-site" clinic that is open to all employees and their immedite families. In today's economy, Sage Products is a company that is hard to beat when it comes to employment and employee benefits.
They have a 401k match dollar for dollar up to 10% of your salary. Excellent health insurance. 3P profit sharing. On site wellness center for free doctor visits. On site gym with basketball courts and showers. Excellent company benefits. Cubs box if you get lucky.
Great benefits package. Medical, Dental and eye discount. Vacation time could be stronger for tenured employees. Would help if hourly associates could accumulate PTO quicker.
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