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4.2 out of 5 (165 comments)
Most talked about benefits
  • Health Insurance

    "Health insurance used to be free. Now employees pay a bigger chunk of their health care plan cost and the deductible goes up every year. To keep…" (57 comments)

  • 401K Plan

    "Up to 6% match for 8% of employee contribution" (35 comments)

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off

    "Vacation grows from 2 weeks to more than 4 weeks per year" (32 comments)

Benefits

At Boeing, the overall well-being of our employees and their families is important. We provide employees and their families a wide range of affordable, market-leading benefits. We offer many valuable health and well being benefits programs to help employees and their families better manage the various phases of life.

 

United States

For more information about U.S. benefits, please visit our U.S. Benefits Overview. Note that certain Boeing subsidiaries offer benefit plans different from the ones outlined in the overview; individuals considering employment with a Boeing subsidiary should check with that company about benefit plan offerings.

 

International

Recognizing the value that employees around the world bring to the company, Boeing strives to provide a competitive benefits package to all of our locally hired employees. Some of the services offered include (as appropriate to each national or local market, on a country-by-country basis) health care, retirement, life and disability insurance, and learning and career development. For more information about international benefits and opportunities for learning and personal development, please visit our International Benefits Overview.

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Employee Comments

  • Feb 28, 2015
    Former Employee in Mesa, Arizona

    Great benefits, on site small gym.

  • Feb 24, 2015
    Current Employee in Seattle, Washington State

    Unfortunately, pension plan is being replaced with additional input to 401(k). Still a great benefit, but not as good.

  • Feb 21, 2015
    Current IT Analyst in Seattle, Washington State

    Amazing 401(k) match for new employees.

  • Feb 16, 2015
    Current Manufacturing Engineer in Seattle, Washington State

    It is pretty solid overall. Pension is there but rapidly going away. The unions keep it pretty good.

  • Mar 2, 2015
    Current Employee in Phoenix, Arizona

    They recently increased the number of paid vacation days because so many people were leaving in the first 5-7 years. They used to have a great pension plan, paid for all your Health benefits, had a good matching 401k plan, etc.,but new employees no longer get a pension, 401k matching is undergoing changes, and each year employees have to pay a bigger chunk of the cost of their health plan. They recently got rid of their virtual workers program and most managers have clamped down on employees being able to work from home the day of a repair appointment or sick day.

  • Feb 13, 2015
    Current Employee in Saint Louis, Missouri

    Healthcare benefits are very generous. 401(k) overall contribution is very generous.

  • Feb 28, 2015
    Current Employee in Seattle, Washington State

    The traditional medical plan generates inches of paperwork for routine medical care. We selected one of the others after trying that but also found that disappointing. Employees used to have pensions but those are being phased out entirely. Compensation, compared to the Bay Area, is substandard and vacation is much, much less.

  • Feb 12, 2015
    Former Engineer 5 in Seal Beach, California

    The best benefits; very good health care insurance, good vacation and sick leave policy; very good life insurance.

  • Feb 23, 2015
    Current Regional Director in Renton, Washington State

    Benefits used to be top-notch but have deteriorated over the years.

  • Feb 14, 2015
    Current IT Programmer Analyst in Bellevue, Washington State

    In the last several years, the overall benefits available for employees have declined from a 5-star level to 3 stars. Traditional pensions are gone, education program reduced significantly, ability to work alternate schedules (anything other than 5x8s) reduced, telecommuting reduced and in some areas eliminated.
    Benefits that are still in place include: 401k company matching; gift matching for certain charitable donations (cash or volunteer hour match); certain higher education programs and costs are paid by the company; life and health insurance; dental plan; wellness programs.

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