The benefits are competitive, pretty good company overall, would give their benefits a chance. Company really looks out for its employees.
none was offered at this time because of contract.
Two weeks paid time off, health insurance is extremely high, 3 sick days, dental and vision insurance is not taken by most locations, no 401K match, no military leave, no bereavement leave, no paternity leave, tuition assistance is a joke (3% of your pay only if pre approved) if military contract you'll have to take PTO on one of the holidays, horrible HR (they messed up the offer letters including job titles on 2/3rds of our staff!), and good luck getting them on the phone if you have any questions. They are disorganized. They are slow to pay out on travel reimbursement mainly because they can't get the paperwork right.
No benefits but legally required sick days after 90 days
Would like for it to be consolidated into one company instead of multiple
Price and package is on par or less than other company
Benefits are nearly as good as those I previously held as Active duty in the Airforce (minus the BAS and BAH obviously)
No bereavement pay is the worst.
Nothing good. They are at the minimum of the industry.
Insurance is not very good and expensive. You must work for the company 6 years to become fully invested in the 401k.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.