Current and former employees report that Tyson Foods provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The co-pays and deductables are ridiculous. In addition you are stuck within a small network of health care providers and pharmacies. ”
“Standard 401k after a year of service, 4% match ”
“I had no complaints. ”
The buy ups can make it pricey
Tyson offers a very competitive benefits package
Great benefits with the company package
The 401K and stock purchase options are fairly decent
Stock purchase program and purchasing power
401k ,time off,paid vacations and holidays and birthdays
Paid time off, 401K, stock purchase, health and disability insurance as well as life .
Time off is slow to accrue
A wide variety at a fair price.
I hear the benefits are great. Im guessing only if you're allowed to choose them though. My experience in this area is negative. I was not given the proper information during my 2 day training session or login to access this. I did get a 1800 number to call which redirected me to workday(which I've used countless times), after realizing it needs to be done within 30 days of employment. Due to miscommunication I found that out at the end of this time frame. I contacted my benefits coordinator twice after getting the long drawn out speech of the time frame and benefits I do have, as if I was the cause of this dilemma. I've received no callback and refuse to hound others to do their job. Now I have to wait until open enrollment and hope I don't need any medical work. Which I do.. There is supposed to be a union but it's an excuse to be lazy, give low pay and draw things out. So much potential for this company but the employee turnover rate will continue to increase.