Current and former employees report that WESCO International provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“3% match is average but does not compare to many companies currently. 401k discretionary bonus happens maybe 33% of the time at the most. ”
“WESCO has a great health insurance plan and offers it to spouses and offspring which is great so everyone can stay healthy”
“I believe paid time off is offered at around 15 days which is basically three weeks and you have to use it or you lose it so it's a great incentive. ”
I’m not sure what current employee said that they contribute to 401k in additional matching but that’s almost a complete farce. They find excuses not to almost every single year. Then they don’t have a stock plan for employees so you can’t work extra towards your future. The PTO is good but there’s nothing exceptional about any other benefit the company provides. I’m hoping with the anixter merger they see the light and bring stronger packages to keep the best talent.
Weak benefits for the size of this company. Embarrassing.
Great benefits- health plan, dental, vision; 401k matching and great PTO structure
Benefits match standard offerings for industry
Best is that they offer everything
Good insurance, decent PTO, 401k matching could be better
Benefits and time off start accumulating at hire date. They are different options for healthcare coverage which is a nice option.
Very poor benefits, 3% 401K match, very expensive healthcare premium for quality of care. You pay a higher rate if you make more. Parking is $150-200 a month at Station Square. Wesco is always looking to save money because they arent really growing so they skim costs from benefits and compensation. They also didnt pay me for my remaining PTO and I didnt bother to take legal action.
401k was about average at 1/2% and max match 3% overall. Good choices for health care
Is there an option to rate 0 stars? Premiums are going up by over 25% this year regardless of what awful plan you select. Over $10k for family premiums, with equally absurdly high deductibles and out of pocket maximums. Absolutely disgraceful.