Pension Plan and the Health insurance provided is very good.
Pension, Flexible schedule, 401k. EAP plan and tuition assistance offered. However, no onsite childcare offered.
I had an amazing benefits package Although it was a little pricey it was worth it. I had great care access. There were a variety of plans to choose from.
Employer contribution to medical benefits was the best I’ve experienced in my career. I came from an industry where the employer contribution to medical benefits was minimal. In addition to paid sick leave, the company also provided paid personal time off as well as comp time flexibility
State Farm has great benefits. There is a choice of a couple different insurance plans and it's rare to have a company pension, particularly company funded.
401k is only matched up to $900.
There was no benefits package as a summer intern. Overall benefits package of full time employees was apparently standard.
Benefits depend on Agent
Save on health insurance if a non smoker, vested 401k at 5 yrs. Benefits seem fairly typical and average for the market.
I was employed as a State Farm agent Team Member and had no benefits. Benefits offered are solely up to the agency owner who hires you since you are not an employee of State Farm.
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