Benefits

Ricker’s offers a variety of benefits with employment opportunities. The benefits listed are only a summary and from time to time are subject to change.

Insurance Benefits

  1. Health – Three levels of coverage are offered with Ricker’s paying approximately 70% of the premium for the employee
  2. Dental – Voluntary benefit
  3. Life – Voluntary benefit (including spouse and children)
  4. Vision – Voluntary benefit
  5. Part time employees are eligible for the health product; however, the company does not contribute to premiums

Financial Benefits

  1. 401(k) – Employees are eligible to participate after 30 days of employment. Ricker’s matches the employee’s contributions, after 12 months of employment, at a rate of 50% up to 5% of their annual pay

Vacation Benefits

Vacation accrues on employment status and years of service as shown in the following schedule:

  1. 0-4 Years of Service: 1.54 Full-Time Hours per Pay
  2. 5-9 Years of Service: 3.08 Full-Time Hours per Pay
  3. 10-19 Years of Service: 4.62 Full-Time Hours per Pay
  4. 20+ Years of Service: 6.15 Full-Time Hours per Pay
  1. 0-4 Years of Service: .62 Part-Time Hours per Pay
  2. 5-9 Years of Service: .93 Part-Time Hours per Pay
  3. 10-19 Years of Service: 1.23 Part-Time Hours per Pay
  4. 20+ Years of Service: 1.54 Part-Time Hours per Pay

Paid Holidays

  1. Thanksgiving – Working hourly personnel are paid time and a half (1.5 of base wage)
  2. Christmas – Working hourly personnel are paid double time (2 times base wage)

Other Job Benefits

  1. Tuition assistance
  2. Prepaid legal – Voluntary benefit
  3. Bi-weekly payroll
  4. Great work environment
  5. Years of service awards
  6. Employee assistance program

Additional Benefits for Salaried Personnel

  1. Short term disability
  2. Long term disability – Voluntary
  3. Sick pay