excellent relocation package, standard stuff
Awesome 401k plan - Will be established upon hire, even without associate contribution.
401k contributions on your behalf totaling 10.5% per year along with additional 50% match on the first 4% you contribute
The best thing are all the benefits and perks. There are multiple options for discounts on utility etc , the 401k matching, and the work/life balance are great!
Great savings benefits. Great work/life balance if you work in the right department. Onsite gyms are very nice.
Excellent 401k match, medical and paid time off
T. Rowe Price has the best benefits package of any employer I've worked for. Their 401k matching is extremely generous as well as vacation days and good health insurance.
Great benefits package. Do not underestimate the benefits of a good package. In recent years medical insurance benefits have slimmed down, but still a good package.
Excellent benefits package - one of the best in the industry. Auto-enrolment in firm's asset allocation 401k
Most of the benefits are typical of most of corporate america in its variety of offerings. The 401k match was only 2%, but they also did profit sharing and discretionary contrib, so it was still a good plan overall. Regarding health insurance, its getting more expensive everywhere. Here's a comparison: My new employer has a $2500 deductible (single person) after applying maximum HSA in 2016. TRP had $400 deductible after applying maximum HSA in 2016. However, the new employer's per-paycheck premium is only $16 (single person) compared to about $65-$70 per-paycheck at TRP for 2016. If you are healthy and don't even use all your deductible, then you are paying MORE to have insurance at TRP than at my new employer due to cost of premiums. On the other hand, if you need to max out your annual out-of-pocket costs as a single person at TRP for 2016, it would be $1560 premiums + $400 ded + $2000 copays = approx $4000, and at my new employer, it is $384 premiums + $2500 ded + $6000 copays = approx $8900. My new employer's plan offers more covered options/procedures/treatments compared to what I had at TRP in 2016. I just have to pay more in annual copays to use them now. Of course, my new base salary is about $10k more at my new employer for the same type of work I performed at TRP for several years, so I still come out ahead.
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