Wort:Health insurance isn’t very good, dental is ok, the HSA program can be very confusing. Best: Having a main care provider for my son.
3/4 of benefit options cover in-state docs only, but most of the jobs require travel. No ESPP since 2014. No tuition reimbursement.
Health insurance is unaffordable, I go without because its too expensive and the company does not cover enough . 401k match is 4%
decent overall package. Health benefits are relatively standard for technology companies. Some extra profit sharing contributions added to 401K match most years.
Being a Fortune 118 company, I expected a lot more from Arrow. Sure you get standard health/dental/vision and 401k, but nothing to brag about for a company of this size who has multiple sponsored race cars. The health benefits have progressively gotten worse each year when they make "updates" to the plan. They offer a ton of options and sell it as a positive, but its just a confusing amount of less than average choices for the employee. Many people I know choose to use their spouse's benefits even when their spouse is at a much smaller company because when it comes down it, Arrow's benefits just aren't as good. Bare minimum holidays: plan to work on Christmas Eve day and New Years Eve day.
Better than most companies when I was there. Arrow appears to be self-insured, which means they can provide better than most traditional carriers
Arrow switch to the highest deductible plan for employees options. Told employees it was the government who caused the high deductible plan for all companies, however when employees asked their insurance carriers, we were told the truth, that Arrow made the decision to move to higher deductible plans.
3 wks vacation to start, maxing at 4 weeks at 7 years. Standard 401k match. Many other benefits continue to be eliminated or decreased year after year. With as large as Arrow is you would expect lower insurance costs and additional employee benefits but being a public company the concern is with shareholders.
They have average benefits. Average going cost. There's really no best/worst that stands out.
For a large company benefits are minimal, health care is expensive. Big push towards HSAs.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.