They are an ESOP Company
The Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) is a great way to supplement your retirement. 4% 401K matching. The health insurance is a little high (but whose isn't these days?), There is an OnSite medical clinic which helps with these costs.
Best thing is they have an HSA card to help pay for the high deductible plan. Worst thing is there is not maternity leave.
WesTech offers a very comprehensive benefits package.
401K has a 3% Match ESOP contribution has a 1% Match Health insurance is decent, approx equal to a silver/gold plan under the ACA in IL
401k $ for $ up to 4% match. Medical, Dental, Vision (but no hearing). 2 weeks Vacation, 1 more for each 5 years served. Granted spread across pay-days which are twice monthly. ESOP is also offered as retirement. Equates approximately to 3% per year held until you leave the company. You enter ESOP on the January or July after 1 years service
The best thing is the 401k match. The worst thing is the bonus program.
ESOP company, so longevity is rewarded. However the "owner" mentality they strive for is undermined by some of the upper management decision making and questionable business tactics.
Really work at helping local community, several outreach programs from helping youth to feeding the homeless. Always looking to help others or family members
WesTech has an on-site clinic, and their health plan is so-so. When they are having a good year, the bonus from the profit sharing can be very good.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.