They give good benefits and help you threw it they are always willing to help with finding the rite job for a person
The Packages were very expensive.... Healthcare especially.
Aerotek does a poor job of keeping up with its contractors contracts as they are renewed, and will allow benefits to lapse even though one's contract has been picked up again. Had that happen, spent two weeks getting it resolved after many conversations with their HR dept. Who then assured me that all was fixed. But 8 months later when I needed to use my health care, I found out that they had not resolved the problem after all. My benefits, which should never have lapsed, was never reinstated. They blamed me for not noticing when a deduction was to be taken; unfortunately, their pay stubs do not break down what is being pulled for what benefit, so there was never a way of knowing. Besides, they promised the problem was fixed 8 months earlier. I was forced to pay a tax penalty that they refused to assume for their error. All they were willing to do was to have me back pay for benefits that I never received (which would have exceeded the tax penalty). Who would pay for a benefit that they never received? They also have as part of all their contracts a stipulation that after 12 months service you are automatically eligible for holiday pay. But that benefit doesn't kick in unless you bring it to their attention, you have to essentially demand what is written in your contract that you are eligible, otherwise they will not give it to you. Worse, they encourage you not to share that information with fellow Aerotek employees, lest they too make a demand for what they are entitled to.
401K match is weak. Deductible is low compared to other companies.
Decent benefits from my experience
good time off, health benefits are ok
For insurance this has to be one of the worst companies I have ever worked for. Insurance is broken down into both health and hospital where the health insurance only covers doctor visits while hospital is suppose to cover hospital stays. What the two combined insurances companies do not cover is emergency room visits, thus a hospital visit by my son cost me over $10,000 when he was sent there directly from the doctors office. Dental insurance is no better, first time in my 30 year career the dental insurance did not cover the 6-month check up of one of their recommended doctors. This company is a farce with upper management not knowing a hole in the ground from their rear ends. They are nothing but fast talkers. Recommend taking a lower cut in pay than working for AeroTek since you will have to spend more out of pocket for their lousy insurance.
They actually had decent health care. At the time I didnt think so, but compared to other contracts Ive held, the other contract companies are stingy and do not give health care, or the customer service that Aerotek gave. For example Aerotek would check in with me to see how I was doing and feeling about the job and they'd answer your questions. I work for a different contractor now and they dont answer calls or emails and it is like you are working for yourself. That being said, Aerotek is a professional and responsible company and I'd work with them again and recommend them over other contractor companies.
Poor benefit and expensive like not having any
PTO and 401k matching is not very competitive
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