Although the benefits were good you would think as a company that sells benefits to others it would have been better. Every year the benfits cost more and you would get less coverage.
Covers the basics with better than average benefits on certain aspects. Dental, Prescription, Eyecare, Mental and Physical health perks as well
The apparent stated goal of the benefits designers in Human Resources seems to be that Manulife will be "average". The pay is average, the health and dental benefits are average, etc. Nothing seems "market leader".
The benefits package is good. The benefits package is consistent with other players in the space.
Some limits are low on some benefits
Flexibility and coverage for employees, although this had changed recently. No ability to opt out of expensive disability coverage even if you have other coverage elsewhere.
Great options for health and insurance benefits. Great contributions to retirement find - matching employees contributions.
Great benefits package. Lots of options including stock (company matches 50% of your contribution). Option to modify your healthcare package to match your specific situation (I.e. moving $$ to a health and wellness account)
Cannot really pick a downside for working here. Meaningful work undertaken, and results of contribution is evident although working in a large company isn't good for certain individuals.
Lack of coverage for extended health benefits such as physio, chiropractor, etc.