Benefits are great for longer term employees, scaled back for new hires.
The health insurance is amazing! They contribute to your 401k even if you don’t. The worst would probably be that you barely get to use your PTO.
401K, Health plan for part time employees
Good health care coverage and dental options Low 401K match $900
Benefits are affordable but limited ; no cafeteria plans to select from. There is PTO which includes sick leave but you have to plan ahead to get sick or you will receive points that will put your job in jeopardy.
Lack of good benefit package
Health insurance here isn't cheap but the primary PPO plan offered comes with $1,500 paid by the company toward the deductible so most healthy people will never have to come out of pocket beyond the premium. Vision and dental insurance are really good. There are commuter benefits, 1 paid day each year for community service, and an on-site gym. Company cars are offered for specific positions and working from home is not an option for most employees.
base pay and commission package is appealing. I wish state farm offered more benefits like medical and dental but it depends on the individual agent and whether they will offer it.
Vacation and time off are pretty standard, but management is usually inclined to let you use it. You usually start with 2-3 weeks with rollover. The pension plan keeps people working here for a majority of their career and you are given a percentage of top five years averaged, plus medical in retirement. You are vested after 5 years with the company. 401k match is up to $900 total with an extra $300 given by the company. Health, dental and vision are offered.
There were none for me at a local agency even though I was a full time employee.
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