The company had a wonderful match program in effect for 401k coverage. Overall benefits are really good.
Manager was very flexible with time off and vacations.
Good healthcare through united, generous amounts of vacation and sick time.
The health insurance costs too much, this is partly due to the ACA but your base level employee cannot afford $150 or so being taken out of each paycheck.
The deductible is high. They do offer short term disability.
The vacation and sick time are great with Woodforest. I can't say much about the health benefits as i go through my families provider and not Woodforest but i hear that it is okay.
Very reasonable for singles. Not so much though if you have a family to insure.
Expensive if you want health insurance. It is deducted biweekly from paycheck. Everything else offered is probably just basic requirements that employers have to meet. Not an option if you are looking for a job based on benefits.
Benefits, sick days, vacation days, time-and-a-half on select holidays, and travel reimbursement. When using a sick day, you don't have to explain why and the branch manager can't ask you any questions.
Woodforest is a small enough company that tech team members get the opportunity to be involved with several different technologies, products, and projects. Unfortunately, you'll also be expected to do everything as it pops up, with minimal input from management, and without priorities clearly defined.