Not bad for a single person, good HSA funding
Offered benefits after 30 days. You had the choice of adding dental and vision.
Not horrible but also not very good.
The worst thing about the benefits at Aerotek were how expensive the health insurance was.
Didn't participate in plan due to being covered under spouse's insurance but heard it was pretty good.
Both packages offered are a bad joke. I know everybody is going to "sky high deductible plans" but the offers from here are ridiculous. One plans has NO hospitalization coverage. That means car accident = dead broke. Other plan is still like a 5k deductible at like 200 buck A WEEK. pathetic
Working directly for Aerotek, I hear, has decent benefits. But the story is different if you are joining the ranks of contract employees hired out to other companies. Be aware that this is pretty much the state of working as a contractor almost anywhere you go, so keep that in mind. This isn't isolated to Aerotek, so I hope it lays out the realities of taking contract jobs at most companies, Aerotek or not. Benefits packages vary widely, seemingly dependent on the agreement with the company they are contracting you out to. Aerotek handles many less technical positions, but I haven't seen the benefits improve regardless of how much you have to offer. Even as a mid-level engineer with 5+ years, I get 10 days paid time off. That's vacation/sick leave combined. That number won't ever go up. Be careful while investigating the company you will be contracted to, because the paid holidays given by the target company may be different than what Aerotek will pay for, so you may have to dig into your vacation time to cover time you are unable to work because the company facilities are closed for a holiday you don't get paid for. Yes, there's a 401k, but they don't do matching. There are insurance packages to buy, but I found a better deal buying direct, so no company help there. The people from Aerotek I personally deal with are really nice, but if you are looking for an actual career with decent benefits, going the contractor route through Aerotek or other similar companies should be a pit stop for you.
401k is a joke, they match $750 per year and have fun paying all the bookkeeping fees through wells fargo, not to mention a list of fees on top of that
they do not match 401k, you only get the six basic holidays off and will work christmas eve and new years eve
expensive health benefit plans with terrible coverage, only some PTO.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.