Current and former employees report that Cummins provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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Excellent benefits package, low cost
Wonderful Benefits. Especially the CPP and ESPP
Health insurance, vacation, overall benefit package is great
The company stock purchase plan is great, they pay 15% off of the company share price.
I own a 1973 Chevy nova and and a 1988 Dodge ramcharger. Eventually I want to put a 6.6L duramax in the nova, and make it into a sleeper/fun weekend car, restomod the interior for comfort, convenience and tech etc. Then I want to put a Cummins in the Ramcharger and make it into kind of an overland/back country truck that I can still take down the road to get to the back country. Also restomod it for comfort, convenience and tech. Thoughts ?
The Work-Life Bowl
Hello! I am graduating this fall with a Bachelors in Data Science, I have an internship and coop experience with Cummins Inc. I also have an Associates in Computer Science and a 3 year degree in Statistics. I’m scared I might get an offer for a data analyst position instead of a data science position for my first offer. How much should I be expecting to get payed yearly as an entry level data analyst or scientist? Thank you for taking the time to respond. Salary Finance Inc Indeed Glassdoor
Piggy backing on the post immediately below: anyone know any Indianapolis recruiters? I know it's not a major market, but my wife and I have ties to the market and wish to move back in the next few years. I'd love to speak to someone knowledgeable about F500 in house opportunities (Eli Lilly, Cummins, Salesforce, etc.) Am in M&A currently.
Indianapolis F500? Interested in salary expectations for Indy in house positions (something like Cummins or Eli Lilly...doesn't have to be those two, but would prefer sizable company); practicing at Big Law TX in M&A and planning to stick it out for 5-7 years (currently second year). The salary guides I can't make heads or tails of for Indiana...some lump it in with Chicago (which probably skews the data) and others have limited info. Would appreciate thoughts on this!
Currently benefits are through Manulife, they are terrible to deal with
The benefits package is amazing! Their basically paying dollar for dollar whatever you invest. Their personal/sick leave package is great too. Their 2 year glasses package could be better but its standard with most companies.
Good pension plan; orthodontics are renewed every year, there is no life time maximum; benefits provider is sometimes slow
The Life Insurance coverage is one of the best in the industry. The health and dental insurance has a $500 limit for most of the coverage. The vacation for the first year is accumulated which means, you will have to work your hours to gain the vacation. Starts at 2 weeks which is lesser than other companies. Working from home is out of the norm.
Benefits are 90% dental and prescriptions. Life insurance stock options. Rrsp matching for retirement
Group Pension Matching. Paid MSP.