Rowland Publishing prides itself on taking care of its people. In addition to tenure benefits such as bonuses, incentives, and job perks, below is a list of the standard benefits we provide as a company:
Health insurance: Health insurance is available to all full-time employees on the first of the month following completion of a 30-day waiting period. Rowland Publishing, Inc. pays 80% of an employee’s individual premium. Employees may add family members to their insurance at our group rates at their own cost, which is available upon request. This amount is subject to change as the insurance contract is negotiated each year. See our current Health Insurance information below:
Capital Health Plan
Leave time: Starting from your date of full-time employment, employees will begin accruing paid vacation days at the rate below:
- Upon initial hire/eligibility the employee is entitled to 12 PTO days their first year.
Accrual rate = 4.0 hours/ pay period
- After 1 year of eligible service, the employee is entitled to 17 PTO days each year.
Accrual rate = 5.67 hours/ pay period
- After 5 years of eligible service, the employee is entitled to 22 PTO days each year.
Accrual rate = 7.33 hours/ pay period
- After 7 years of eligible service, the employee is entitled to 27 PTO days each year.
Accrual rate = 9.0 hours/ pay period
We also offer seven (7) paid holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the Friday after, and Christmas Day.
Retirement plan: After completion of one year of employment, employees will be eligible to participate in the company’s 401K IRA retirement plan effective at open enrollment (Jan. 1 or July 1). The plan calls for a company match for your contributions dollar-for-dollar up to three percent (3.0%) of your compensation, and then 50 cents on the dollar for your contributions up to five percent (5.0%). In other words, the maximum company match is 4% on your contribution of 5%.
Other Benefits: We offer access to dental insurance, vision insurance, short-term and long-term disability, and life insurance and a cafeteria plan through Colonial Life (which includes accident insurance, cancer insurance, etc.). Premiums are negotiated at group rates, but are the responsibility of the employee.
Benefits are subject to change and specific details of benefits are communicated with each potential employee at the point of negotiation for employment.