Jon Dudenhoeffer, Tim Maciulewicz, and Sarah Nicastro
In addition to generous base salaries, our premium benefits package includes:
Jameson Publishing offers medical, dental, vision, and prescription coverage for our full-time employees and their dependents.
Short-Term Disability Plan
All full-time employees may be eligible for short- and/or long-term disability. They will be paid a percentage of their normal wage during the time they are off work based on the length of the employee’s full-time status with the company prior to the disability.
This is provided at no cost to employees and helps to protect them and their families from financial hardship if the employee is unable to work due to illness or injury.
Life And Accidental Death And Dismemberment (AD & D) Insurance
Families can suffer tremendous financial loss when a wage earner dies. Because it is our company’s goal to offer benefit programs that provide financial security to our employees and their families, all full-time employees are covered under the company-paid life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance. The basic benefit is equal to one year's earnings up to a maximum benefit of $250,000.
The Jameson Publishing Retirement Plan is a defined contribution plan to which employees can contribute a portion of their pre-tax earnings. While many employers match a portion of the employee’s contributions or provide no match at all, our company contributes a dollar-for-dollar match, up to a maximum contribution of 6% of the employee’s earnings. Our 401(k) plan is another way that our benefit programs help our employees build financial security.
Ed Heidt, Ann Krahe, and Tim Maciulewicz (L-R)
Because Jameson Publishing understands our employees’ need for time away from work, the company provides full-time employees with 15 days of vacation and 6 personal days on their date of hire. These days are accrued throughout the year, but may be used before they are fully accrued.
Our Company has 13 paid holidays. Paid holidays include: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve.
To accomplish their goals, meet job requirements, or prepare for upcoming events, employees may need to be in the office prior to or after the company’s standard operating hours. The company compensates all employees for additional hours they work that are outside of our normal operating hours. Overtime pay is additional compensation added to the employee’s regular wages or salary.