Spectrum Brands offers comprehensive benefits to eligible employees to support them through every stage of life. Eligible employees and their dependents receive medical, dental and vision coverage starting their first day of employment. Employees can select from several plan options to best suit their personal needs.
Spectrum Brands offers a competitive 401K Retirement Savings Plan that employees can participate in upon hire. Employees may contribute pre-tax contributions and/or Roth (post-tax) contributions. Contribution amounts and investment choices can be changed any time during the year to meet the individual needs of the employee. Spectrum Brands will match 50 percent of the first 7 percent that an employee contributes each year. Employee and employer contributions are immediately 100 percent vested.
Spectrum Brands is committed to employees’ lives outside of work, that is why we offer a competitive time off package that includes vacation time (based on years of service and experience), sick time and 12 paid holidays per calendar year.
Additional benefits include, but are not limited to, tuition reimbursement; an interactive and personalized wellness program; an employee assistance program and paid parental leave.
Current and former employees report that Spectrum Brands provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Fine insurance, I suspect it’s average”
“They have good matching for someone wanting to make Spectrum Brands a career. ”
“The provide 1.8 hours per weekly pay period. Meetings industry standards. ”
Good benefits at reasonable rates
In 2023 offering 4 weeks of fully paid parental leave (+short term disability)
Good 401k match. Great employee discounts
Spectrum has a competitive benefits package
Sub-par on everything. Would not recommend.
Basic 401K and health benefits. Vacation time isn't the best. Takes a lot of years to earn very little.
Great options available to chose from
Great benefits package at this company.
Comprehensive benefits, typical vacation accrual rates, flexible PTO culture, with a general willingness to improve across the board. Health insurance was more expensive than I anticipated but kept cost increases very manageable. The Wellness Program was under developed. Many of the programs experienced some sort of transition during my two year employment, not sure if that was my timing or the general trend.
basic minimum benefits nothing to write home about