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“rare to see such a high match.”
“Great plan options. With my larger family usually meet deductible by 1st quarter, and total out of pocket by fall school start.”
“Williams is doing away with the pension plan. ”
The retirement benefits are good, and include a pension based on age. 401K match is 6% all cash.
restricted stock rewards can't be cashed for three years. This means if you ever leave the company, you lose three years worth of stock....unless you are an overpaid VP. Then you get a golden parachute. With the restricted stock, the pay is great. But it masks real retention and loyalty to the company (the company has no loyalty to you - trust me).
Great medical options. Three options based on the time in life you are at the time. 401k is matched up to 6% and there is still a pension package.
The worst thing about Williams' benefits is the health insurance. The deductibles are high and must be met before they begin paying.
All of the benefits were great, just not applicable to interns.
The time off benefits were less than those of the company I worked with before the acquisition. The health insurance was with a company which many employees had problems.
They had great health insurance as well as matching 401
Escalating pension based on age
low cost, great benefits. enrollment easy.
Every employee is not offered the same benefits. Company stock is only awarded to managers and above. Work from home is only available to employees that have been at Williams prior to the last two years.
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