5 Customer Service Representatives from Brother International submitted salaries.
Brother International Corporation maintains its U.S. headquarters in Bridgewater, New Jersey, and is a subsidiary of Brother Industries Ltd. based in Nagoya, Japan. Brother International is a leading provider of office, home office and home equipment such as its "multi-function centers," printers, labeling systems and sewing machines. It produces the top-selling line of facsimile machines in the nation. The company also makes industrial embroidery and sewing machines, machine tools and gear motors for fashion and consumer industries.
Brother International was established in 1954 as the U.S. sales affiliate of Japan's Yasui Sewing Machine Company. As affiliates in other countries were established, the corporate umbrella name was changed to Brother Industries Ltd. in 1962. Brother earns approximately $1.5 billion annually.
Brother International employs about 1,100 people in its American facilities and about 3,300 people overall. The company lauds its employees as its greatest asset and reinforces that claim with an extensive and competitive benefits package. Employees may participate in the company's 401(k) plan and the company will match that contribution at certain levels. Discretionary profit sharing is available to employees after one year of employment. Healthcare flexible spending accounts, vacation and three personal leave days are available to employees as well.
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