Are you looking to start a new career, or just looking for a new opportunity in a career you already love? Whatever your objectives, your future might waiting for you at Georgia Farm Bureau!
Here at GFB you'll find a supportive work environment, with friendly attitudes and warm welcomes. We are a cohesive, collaborative team of professionals. Hard work is valued, active participation is encouraged, and integrity and character guide all that we do.
The following benefits offered to employees are totally or at least partially paid by the company:
Paid Time Off (PTO): All regular full-time employees are eligible for PTO and also EIB (Extended Illness Benefit). Employees accrue PTO and EIB based on years of service with the company. Accruals begin immediately with employment and will be available for use in the pay period following the completion of 90 days of employment.
Group Health Insurance: Offered through recognized industry leaders and includes medical, dental and prescription drug / pharmacy benefits. Employees are eligible to participate in the plan on the first day of the month following 30 days of employment. Family members can be added and covered for modest additional cost to the employee.
Long-Term Disability: Employees are eligible for this coverage after completing one year of accredited service with the company. The premiums are paid by the company.
Group Life Insurance: Effective after 90 days of employment and coverage amount is based on salary. The premiums are paid by the company.
Defined Contribution Plan: The employee savings plan is a 401(k) plan that allows employees to add to their retirement nest egg through pre-tax payroll deductions. Employees are eligible for the plan upon reaching 18 years of age and having three months of accredited service with the company. Enrollment dates are the first day of each quarter. Participants may invest amounts up to 50% of pay in accordance with IRS regulations. The company currently matches the first 6% saved. Vesting is immediate.
Tuition reimbursement for career-related courses, such as: