Through the shared services model, Akima’s diverse operating companies offer career opportunities, professional development and benefits packages that rival the largest government contractors.
Reasonable rates and never experienced any issues.
Benefits are not great at all. If you want to add a spouse, there's an additional fee for healthcare, which is already expensive. They don't really support telework. There is no paid maternity/paternity leave benefits at all. There's no potential for promotion or raises.
Above Average compared to industry
not really good benefits but they offer you 5 dollars and hour in health and welfare not to take them
Good benefits plan. Compares great to other companies.
Benefits such as health insurance are more expensive than industry norm. However, Akima is generous with holiday and PTO benefits. The attitude is a little antiquated toward teleworking, with a preference for all hours worked in office.
Health insurance premiums going up, coverage going down. 401k match is good and no complaints on PTO.
I can't really rate the benefits package because I did not need them. I did like the 401K match they offered.
Full benefits, industry competitive.
The coverage is all encompassing, covering a wide range of care options.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.