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“Good coverage and not too large of a deduction from salary for coverage in my opinion.”
“company matching offered as standard”
“Good allowance, 15 days upon hiring, increases after two years. Negative, in my view, is the bank "Officer" designation that gives an additional week of paid time off. It's questionable how some positions have that designation while others don't that should.”
This is a great place to work and I especially like the benefits that they offer. It's a great place.
Benefits are great, good amount of PTO and satisfactory 401k contributions
401k and PTO decent healthcare terrible
competitive benefits. push you towards high deductible plan (like most places). plenty of PTO + bank holidays (always a plus)
Pretty comparable with the industry.
The benefit program is better than most.
Changed recently so that only a high deductible health plan is available. Texas Capital Bank does make a contribution to your FSA.
Good medical and dental plan. Good employee matching for 401k after two years.
The benefits are like no other. Texas Capital Bank offers a program called Vitality, it helps you with everything from gym discounts, how to eat healthy, how to sleep better, how to reduce your stress while earning point that goes toward rewards and discounting your portion of your health insurance cost.
Standard benefits. Nothing special. Other banks have more PTO, lower deductibles/premiums, flexible hours, but TCB is just below them. Go to Capital One or JPMC instead!
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