Our benefits program is among the best in the industry.
A recent benchmarking study by Willis Towers Watson ranked Sundt No. 1 for our skilled craft benefits program, with an overall value 73 percent higher than industry average. For administrative employee-owners, the survey found that Sundt ranks No. 2, with a benefits value 34 percent higher than average. Learn more below about our thoughtfully structured benefits, designed to reward, respect and support the people who create our shared success.
Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance
All employees are eligible for medical, prescription, vision, and basic employee life insurance coverage. To provide employees with coverage that meets their needs, we offer four tiers of medical/vision plans, and lower-cost premiums are based on completion of an annual physical or biometric screening.
Medical/vision plans range from a high deductible health plan (HDHP) with a health savings account (HSA) to our Premium Plan, with coverage for spouses, registered domestic partners and children available for each. Spouses, domestic partners and kids can also be covered in our two tiers of dental plans: DHMO and PPO Plus.
401(k) Retirement Savings & Match
Retirement readiness is an important part of overall financial wellness, and Sundt’s 401(k) is one of the best ways for employee-owners to save for retirement.
Employee-owners become eligible to participate in our 401(k) plan after completing six months of service. New employees can rollover all or part of a distribution from a separate, eligible retirement plan at any time.
When employee-owners contribute at least 5% into their 401k, the company contributes up to 14% into your ESOP.
See the ESOP’s potential impact on average retirement savings over a 25-year span.
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