184 employees reported this benefit
I hear the pension plans are better for those who are in office or upper management. For retail it is below average.
great benefit but difficult to claim
Still something better than average but cutting back slowly
Rogers has a CPP pension plan option as well as options with Sunlife
Pension plan is very competitive.
The Defined Benefit Pension has been grandfathered, and new employees are only able to eligible for a new Defined Contribution plan.
not very compelling to me
rogers pension plan is good ,Rogers matches
Pension plan is great. If you contribute 4% of your pay towards your pension, they contribute equal amount. Anything beyond 4% up to max 8%, they contribute 50% of your contribution. So, if you are contributing, 4%, employer contributes 4%. If you contribute 6%, employer contributes 5% (4% + 50% of next 2%). If you contribute 8%, employer contributes 6% (4% + 50% of next 4%).
Perhaps one of the best in the country. However they are discontinuing the DB pension plan for new employees.