Very good plan options for medical, dental, vision - great PTO, floater and observed holidays, 401K and more
pretty standard health coverage, good to have 401k plus but the matching rate for 401k is not the most competitive
Great 401k - 100% matching employer contribution on first the 3% of your salary plus an additional 4.5% employer contribution.
Great 401k plan, matching, good sales support.
Great 401K and Health options.
We get great health care, car allowance, gas card, most expenses paid for by the corporate card, and an opportunity to make sales bonuses
the best thing about it it is having insurance, 401k,etc is always great but the worst part is having to give the additional 150 after taxes. is a bit
Higher than average base salary, decent commissions, 3 of 6% 401K company match, given company car and paid for insurance, good health insurance, 3 weeks of “Paid Time Off” that can be rolled over- this included vacation days and sick days, paid 4.5% of total compensation kept for you in retirement program. Retirement savings can be cashed out after 4 years of employment. Hard opportunities for company growth- unless your district manager gets promoted they usually are older and stay in their position for a long time. Not a huge opportunity for high commissions because this is pharmaceutical and not medical device. If you’re looking for a more stressful job but more money, I’d recommend working for Stryker. Some other medical companies have heard of Smith & Nephew but not all companies or out of industry have, so if possible for your career I would recommend working for a larger name like Johnson & Johnson instead. Sales Plan grows every year and it’s very difficult to exceed plan if you blew your numbers out of the water for a year or 2
you have a variety of packages to choose for every situation
It being a medical company, Smith and Nephew provides us with pretty good health insurance. When I broke my foot a while back, under my insurance, I was able to get a X-ray, doctors visits, crutches and boot with no cost to me. As far as PTO goes, you start off with 22 days per year and it increases the longer you are here.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.