Mutual of Omaha Plaza
Omaha, NE 68175
CEO: Daniel Neary
Mutual of Omaha provides a variety of insurance products including
life insurance, disability insurance, supplemental Medicare insurance,
long-term care insurance along with annuities for individuals.
The company also provides products for more than 11,700 employers
including group health and dental insurance, 401(k) plans and
Total revenues for 2010 were $5.3 billion and net income of $247.6 million. Total assets held by the company were $26.9 billion at the end of 2010.
Mutual of Omaha Bank is a full-service bank providing financial solutions to individuals and businesses in communities across the United States. With more than $5 billion in assets, Mutual of Omaha Bank operates a network of community banks and offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada and Texas and has a nationwide deposit services business.
Mutual of Omaha Affiliate Companies
Companion Life Insurance Company of Lynbrook, N.Y., offers a full line of individual life, annuity and group life insurance plans to residents of New York.
Continuum Worldwide Corporation is a leading provider of Operational Risk Management services and consulting.
East Campus Realty, LLC is developing Midtown Crossing at Turner Park, a mixed-use development adjacent to Mutual of Omaha’s headquarters.
Mutual of Omaha Investor Services, Inc., a registered broker-dealer, provides mutual funds directly to consumers through Mutual of Omaha’s agency sales force and Retirement Plans Division.
Omaha Financial Holdings, Inc. is a holding company for Mutual of Omaha’s banking operations.
Retirement Marketing Solutions, Inc. is a national wholesaling organization specializing in retirement products.
United of Omaha Life Insurance Company offers a diversified portfolio of life insurance, fixed annuities and other insurance and financial services products through Mutual of Omaha’s agency sales force, group sales offices and independent agent networks.
United World Life Insurance Company offers specialty life plans and health and accident coverage through direct marketing, Mutual of Omaha’s agency sales force and independent agent networks.
Mutual of Omaha was founded in 1909 and was originally known as Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association.
Today, it is one of the largest private employers in Nebraska. The company is known for its long sponsorship of the Wild Kingdom animal programs which began airing on NBC in 1963. The show can now be seen weekly on Animal Planet.
Mutual of Omaha offers a comprehensive selection of medical, dental, vision, life and other insurance plans to employees at its home office. To be eligible for benefits, employees must work 30 or more hours per week. Employees become eligible for benefits the first day of the month following 14 days of continuous employment.
• Medical – covers most hospital and physician services, including a prescription drug plan. Two medical deductible options are available so you can choose the plan that best fits your needs.
• Dental – covers preventive care, basic services, major procedures and orthodontics.
• Vision care – covers eye exams, frames and lenses for low copayments.
• Disability – you are automatically covered, at no cost, with a basic level of disability coverage and you have the option to purchase more.
• Life insurance – you automatically receive a basic amount of life insurance, equal to your annual benefit salary, at no cost to you and you have the option to purchase more. You can also purchase varying amounts of life insurance for your spouse and eligible children.
Flexible Spending Accounts
With these accounts you can pay for certain expenses with pre-tax income. Each year, you can set aside up to $5,000 before taxes for medical expenses and another $5,000 for child care.
401(k) Long-Term Savings Plan
Mutual of Omaha will match your contributions dollar-for-dollar, up to the first 5 percent of your pay. The 401(k) Long-Term Savings Plan has immediate vesting.
Work Schedule and Paid Time Off
Flexible work hours, nine paid holidays, vacation based on years of service with accrual starting on your benefits effective date and five days of personal time granted each year. Vacation days range from 5 to 25 per year based on years of service.
Updated June 5, 2011