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“Not all check-up services included in insurance, sometimes the location of clinics are not convenient”
“3 years vesting period, not good at all. Company match up to 4%, and they can take the lay people off 1 month before vesting time”
“decent PTO, paid national holidays, paid sick leaves, and unpaid disability leave (long term)”
Good people but average benefits. Was better when it was just Foster Wheeler when they had a decent pension for young people to get started.
They only offer health savings plans.
Typical benefits package you would expect from a large company.
Benefits were pretty good but expensive. Luckily we were grandfathered at our previous rates when we were acquired by AMEC.
Standard benefit packages in line with competition.
Great place to learn and build experience. Deep portfolio of diverse projects.
Great 401(k) match program (dollar for dollar up to 5%). Excellent health insurance, but expensive.
Benefit package was great
Comprehensive benefits package with Health, Dental, Vision, 401K matching.
Fairly generous PTO allotment, 3-4 weeks on tenure. The health insurance was Blue Cross Blue Shield, so good coverage. Premium was fairly high for the employee but not too different from other employers I have worked for.
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