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‘Can't complain, took 12 months and State Street topped off for the first 8 weeks.’
‘locked in plan with 50% match of the employee contribution . investment option are for plan are with manulife . others contribution is limited to 5%’
‘1-2 days a week are allowed for work from home arrangement . pre set fixed days conditional to certain period when presence in the office is required. also by personal agreement one may work from home when not well to commute ’
Decent benefits in comparison to what other companies offer. Vision is 100% for a $200 max every 2 years. Prescriptions are also covered at 100% they have a discount for goodlife membership of which you can claim $200 back on your membership so overall some of the best benefits in the industry. They also have 80 hours (2 weeks) leave for employee affected by covid-19 so if you have the virus or are taking care of a family member who does. BUT the benefits are the only decent thing at this company. Bonus is also garbage. Senior management pockets most of it
Great pension and health benefits
Coverage for variety of practitioners and easy to submit claims
The best thing about the benefits is you get benefit at your first day. Dental and prescriptions are covered mostly 100%.
Good benefits with decent pay
They were okay, similar to what you get at other banks.
Great benefits and good options
The overall benefits package is great. Includes dental, massage, work from home, and great RRSP matching.
perks are very good for full-timers but interns got absolutely nothing
Benefits seem very standard, not much more nor less
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