High Deductible Health Insurance Plan. You pay everything until you meet deductible.
10K per year Tuition Assistance Program
Health care costs keep going up, like most companies there needs to be a stop. Company offers HSA incentive but not over a certain salary.
Above average benefits awesome rewards
4.5% maximum 401k match. High deductible HSA health plan (which I prefer), the company gives a $2500 deposit to the HSA but only if you earn less than 100k... so get a raise from 98k to 100.5k and you actually didn’t get any raise that year. I have to suspect that there are many employees right at the 100k threshold and this was done on purpose. Vision and dental OK. No pension, not even the annuity type. 3 weeks vacation to start, 4 weeks after 10 years. 6 days of sick time. Flexible scheduling is very much NOT flexible as it must be flexed within a week, not across a paycheck. There is absolutely no paid excused time off for salaried employees, for example to fix a broken down car or go to a court hearing. (Very unusual in my experience.) Only six sick days annually which is not sufficient for an older employee with a couple health issues or a younger employee with kids. Supplemental life insurance maximums are too low for employees with kids (max 6x salary.) Bereavement time is allowable but must be taken out of sick time - so with only six sick days per year there isn’t really hardly any time available. I think that’s a really crappy thing to do to a grieving employee! Also the rules about vacation and sick usage are a labyrinth system designed to force you into either giving up time to the company or getting less than time than you should. For example, if you work 38 hours in a week and want to take Friday off, you can’t put down 2 hours vacation. You must put down 8 since that is the regular hours for Friday. So you lost 6 hours vacation time or gave the company six hours, depending on how you look at it. You should have stayed late and got 40 before Friday. You will give some blood to this aggravating system before you learn it. There is also an employee stock purchase plan but the terms aren’t real great and it isn’t really worth doing. You get a 15% discount from the market price on the last day of the offering period, and must hold for 30 days. Half the time you lose that 15% in those 30 days. Also know that the benefits are cut every year, and/or made more difficult to use.
High deductible. Company HSA contribution
Heath Benefits were ok, could have been better
Comparable benefits as other aerospace. No pension, decent 401k, medical is a high deductible plan & just ok. Vacation and sick time is good but not great, some recent reductions in both.
High deductible health care plan. 401K matching
Perks are you can select your benefits like cafeteria style.
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