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“Had great insurance while I was there, but I heard they changed so I don't know about now.”
“It only matches 25 cents on the dollar.”
“2 weeks off and 5 sick days after completing a full year, 3 weeks after 10 years. 5 - 6 paid holidays a year.”
Lots of options to choose from.
Have full benefits: 401K, insurance, PTO, over time available during busy season
Cafeteria plan for you to choose your carrier and copays. Contributions sucked and there was a lot of out of pocket expenses.
Health insurance and 401k are competitive. Good benefits for union employees.
Okay 401k matching, good health, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation but the end of the month as well as 30% of the year is blacked out.
The benefits package at Southern Wine and Spirits of America was pretty good and affordable. There were a lot of resources available as an employee if needed.
Very flexible vacation time, excluding June, Oct, Nov, December. Local HR was always helpful.
Overall benefits are good. You have several choices and supplemental coverages are offered.
There is a program to help smokers quit. They participate in FSA. Dental and vision coverage is fairly standard. 401-k matching is very low and disappointing to many at only 1%. Cost of medical is a little high in my comparisons of previous companies. No fittness/gym membership or promoted reimbursement. No paid maternity leave, only standard short disability offered. No paid paternity leave offered.
Typical 401k and health plan. You dont really ever get to use sick days, but they accumulate. No vacation in October-December Window at all within the company
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