i love all the people who i worked with and the benefits were awesome. i love working there from beginning to end
The company made a significant investment in improving the benefits package in 2019, including increasing the 401(k) company match, introducing an HSA-type plan, offering personalized fertility services, and rolling out vision, critical illness and accident plans. That's in addition to a 100% company-paid pension plan, paid parental leave, generous time-off programs, company-paid basic life and disability insurance, pet insurance, advisory services for selecting and enrolling in a 529 College Savings Plan, back-up elder and child care, legal services at group rates, and an employee perks and discounts program.
Excellent benefits! I highly recommend The Post!
Health bene's are decent and 401-k is 1% match
Good thing: 5 weeks of vacation time after 10 years. Not great things: Frozen pension. Well below market rate on 401(k) match. Changes in recent years in sick leave and health care benefits.
The medical Insurance coverage was horrible.
great health care, liberal holiday benefits
They cut the 401K match sometime ago to 1% (from 5%) and they no longer provide a pension, despite a pension fund that is overfunded.
Health Plan is a bit costly and 401K only matches 1%. The positive is that there are options, but there also could be a better health plan and better matches on 401K.
Decent compensation for an intern. Consistent with market rates
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