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“Matching contribution is dismal. Can't roll-over former 401k into TAMKO's. Currently administered by WellsFargo but it changes about every 24 months.”
“Vacation is difficult to schedule and since they've reduced the number of operators, scheduling vacation is about like leaning back in an airplane seat--you better ask the guy who's going to get stuck covering for you on his days off.”
“Family plans are expensive. High deductible plans are unreasonable unless you have an HSA with $10,000 in it to cover the deductible and co-payments.”
High deductible Health coverage, profit sharing and company contributed HSA are great benefits. Great coverage for a family plan, expensive when only covering oneself. Other coverage includes dental, vision, 401k, long term disability, and life insurance options.
401k, Health Insurance, Profit Sharing
Vacation time is granted at the beginning of the year instead of on actual anniversary date. Health insurance is high priced and the high deductible plans are unreasonable. TAMKO HSA contributions and 401(k) matches are dismal and limited to just a few hundred dollars.
Decent benefits -401k match is low to the industry but profit sharing can offset that in good years -health / vision / dental all a high duc high premium plan with decent coverage but they credit an HSA to offset the premiums -company car / phone / internet credit / gas card / expense account -Sales is regionally based so you office from home -benefits seem to be industry standard except instead of commission and incentive pay everyone is full salary regardless of performance you'll rarely make more than 15-20% more/less than the most extreme in your role
You get no benefits until you have been there 60 days then once you get them they are not great. No bonus until you've been there over 1 year, no pro-rated bonuses. Everything is set up to benefit the company not the employee.
No PTO your first year, 5 days after that. Only $500 401k match.
401k, Profit Sharing, vacation were all competitive
Best: 1. Affordable insurance 2. Great 401k 3. Employer contributed HSA account Worst: 1. PTO does not take effect until your 1 year anniversary 2. Although it is a decent plan, there is only one high-deductible insurance plan offered.
Benefits package below industry standard. The best benefit is the profit sharing. The worst is vacations. No paid vacation for 1 year. Two weeks after 5 years!
Best: Profit Sharing. Worst: High deductible plan but having an HSA helps offset this cost. Also, the vacation schedule is okay but could be better.
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