We work hard at U.S. Bank. We support life-long learning to help you achieve your career goals. We also value a healthy work/life balance. Staying well, physically and mentally, and moving forward lets you be your best—at work and in life. That's how we help you focus on what matters most to you.
The benefits you'll enjoy here help you protect your health and financial security. They also give you peace of mind. It's simple—you choose the plans and coverage levels that make sense for the way you live.
Learn more about our benefits at usbank.com/careers.
Medical benefits are not that great
They offer 13 weeks PAID maternity leave. Regular part-time workers even get benefits such as dental, vision, ADD, hearing, etc. The whole package except medical.
The health and dental coverage is good. I have a health savings account.
I have had several interviews with US Bank, and all the time I was very satisfied with their ethical approach to customer needs. The only thing that kept me away from working in such a great financial institution is the hours per week they are offering to employees. They offer 30~35 hours per week which in my case that potential opportunity was offered 30 hours per week for 5 days. That was the only thing I could name of that kept me back from becoming part of their team.
Matching 401k, annual bonus, paid timeoff, pension and vacation plans are great benefits.
US Bank still offers a pension, 4% 401 k Match
They still have a small pension program in addition to a 401K program. Their health benefits decrease each year, not unlike most other companies. Each year insurance covers less, and at a higher premium.
Compensation is measured as "Total Compensation. Includes base salary, bonuses and benefits. Base salary is usually below market; bonuses fluctuate annually based on company, group and individual performance. Annual Total Compensation can vary greatly year over year.
Non affordable healthcare and no PTO
Best perk - dental (which is average) and paid sick leave. Worst perk- health insurance. The deductible and premiums are WAY too high. You literally can’t afford to get sick with that kind of insurance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.