New full-time employees of AES Indiana are eligible to participate in the AES Indiana Group Benefits Plan. AES Indiana offers a broad menu of benefit options, including but not limited to:
- Medical and prescription coverage
- Dental and vision insurance
- Basic life insurance, including accidental death and dismemberment coverage
- Optional supplemental employee life insurance
- Optional dependent life insurance
- Health flexible spending accounts
- Dependent care flexible spending accounts
- Comprehensive wellness program
- Disease management program, including maternity care
- 24-hour nurse line
- Employee assistance program
All new full-time employees are also immediately eligible to participate in a company-sponsored 401(k) plan as well as a pension or profit sharing plan.
Other benefits include:
- Paid holidays
- Family and medical leave
- Bereavement leave
- Military leave
- Parking allowance
- Direct deposit
- Savings bonds
- Employee discount for AES Indiana electric service
- Credit union
In addition, AES Indiana offers its employees programs to encourage them to further their education and support nonprofit organizations with their time, expertise and funds.
- Educational assistance program. This program provides financial assistance to full-time, regular employees of AES Indiana who wish to increase their knowledge and skill in the area of mutual benefit to themselves and to AES Indiana. The program is intended to improve employees’ capability on their present job and/or enhance their potential contribution to AES Indiana.
- Power grants: Employees can request a grant of up to $10,000 for a non-profit (501-C3) organization of their choice. Grant applications are reviewed and awarded in April and October. Based on criteria and number of applications received during each review period, not all requests will be awarded. Grant requests must be for a project, grant or sponsorship of an eligible organization in one of the company’s five giving areas: community enhancement, economic development, education, environment, and arts and culture. The organization or project must also serve needs in the Indiana counties where employees live.