Good benefits; 6% 401k match, start out at 2 weeks of vacation plus a few bonus days, financial fitness program, premier banking account and services, corporate discounts, 16 weeks paid maternity leave and competitive paternity and adoption leave and domestic partner benefits. The only thing is health insurance is quite expensive.
You get 10 vacation days, 5 sick days, and we all get off for 10 paid holidays. You also get one paid "day of purpose" to do something meaningful
Goal you can't reach. Comission you can't get.
Health insurance is expensive, but they do offer lots of options if you are going to use the provided insurance coverage. The organization does assess its benefits package regularly. Worst things is the cost as mentioned before. Also, not mentioned parking is paid out of pocket when working at the corporate location.
As benefit packages continue to shrink for employees, this was a generous overall package.
Overall pretty industry-standard. 6% 401(k) match, plus occasional 1% extra employer 401(k) contribution. Best bet is to negotiate a good salary when you start a new role, since after that you are mostly locked into standard incremental increases.
401k - great match; free health coaches, career coaches, lots of training
The best thing about the package is health care. The prices are subsidized by a lot.
SunTrust offers a fairly decent benefits package. Multiple health plans to choose from. Good matching in the 401K. The vacation time is not as generous though. Only 2 weeks off. Over the course of the year, that is very little.
Health insurance employee portion has risen dramatically the past few years with decreased coverage levels. Confusing number of choices to compare.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.