Best: The company has an excellent, comprehensive benefits package
New employees no longer have a pension plan - but that is commonplace.
401K matching. Health/wellness benefit direct from company. Great share of insurance premium. Average PTO benefits. Archaic 3 year vestment period on 401K
The company offers a great benefits package. Full-time employees receive health, dental, vision, accidental insurance, child care reimbursement, flex spend account, 401k matched up to 5%, paid vacation, tuition reimbursement, wellness benefit and work at home option
Excellent benefit package. Health, dental, vision plan options. Tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance, fitness reimbursement.
Several options to fit your needs.
Excellent benefits package, 401k, Health, Life, Perks at Work and $2,000 to use for healthy lifestyle.
The health insurance was pretty standard blue cross blue shield of MI. They also had some options from Nestle and some HSA options. Vision insurance was pretty good. They had two dental options but one was horrible. The 401K was administered by Nestle and they have a class action lawsuit pending right now because of high fees so I would stay away from that.
Employes have the option of getting a free membership to the best gym in town (we're talking an $85/month fee being waived here!). Several health insurance options, 401k percentage matches (3% full, next 3% half), excellent life insurance from Minnesota Life, The "worst" thing is that they'd only pay to replace your glasses frames every two years.
Health insurance is currently through United Health. The health insurance changes every year but that's about normal for a corporation. Life insurance benefit is offered for employee and spouse which is nice and is portable upon leaving employment. 401k offering is average with the contribution rate but is still nice to have. Pension available to workers prior to 2015 but is minimal amount based on salary but a nice little addition to anything else set up for retirement. There are various health opportunities to take advantage of but the meetings are set at a time that is not convenient for those on the sales floor or in customer service. Vacation is accrued based on time of service and hours worked but their attendance is purposefully strict and had forced many employees to get on intermittent FMLA just to be able to get time off for things like doctor appointments etc.
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