Good health care program. Descent 401k
No what I use to be - but still a very good Benefit package.
Best - everything is online accessible; Worst - only option was high deductible ($6k)
Xerox strives to be benchmark in the industry for benefits. In the past Xerox was more competitive than many competitors, now it is par.
Health insurance, 401K, maternity leave, vacation, paid time off
here is a test of the benefits package
High deductible plans are too expensive for most of the salaries of the people that work there. There is a $2,800/year deductible and then you pay 20% up to an out of pocket of $13,000/year. Premiums for a family cost around $7,000/year. They do give some incentives that you have to earn. But while that structure might work for a dual-income family making $100,000/year, it doesn't fit for a single parent making less than $50,000/year. There is some tuition reimbursement but not really enough to offset the costs and there is some help in finding daycare, eldercare etc. I know people that have used the healthcare advocates but no one that was actually helped by them. They have a fairly decent Employee Assistance Program though. Many of the items checked off are items that you pay for. And several that I checked "unsure" for like flexible hours and work from home depend on the job and manager. There are some jobs that also get company cars but most don't. And with management approval you can take unpaid leave, however it doesn't guarantee that your job is protected. There is some training available and if you can make a business case for professional development, they might provide it. There used to be a pension program that they stopped in 2012 but other than a 401k, I'm not aware of any other type of retirement program unless you were employed before they cut off the pension program.
Health insurance is a high deductible plan and is not worth the paper it is written on. For catastrophic situations only.
High deductible, one health plan to choose from. No pension, benefits seem to be among the lowest of those benchmarked.
Benefits reduced every year. Limited options with high deductibles
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