I get a "profit sharing" contribution once per year into my 401k. It isn't a match because you don't need to contribute to get the payment. It runs between 4.75 and 5.00% - at least for the last 3 years. The company is making a massive profit these days.
We have a SEPP plan for us "high level" employees. I'm a grunt and am proud of it. The SEPP plan contributes 8% of whatever I contribute. It has a 5 year vesting period so I don't expect to collect any of it. I haven't read the plan literature carefully but their may be a "retirement vesting" clause. The whole point of the SEPP is to discourage me from leaving the company but it won't have any impact when the time comes.
The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane -- Marcus Aurelius