The insurance is a high deductible plan.
Insurance was very expensive for what you got, and you'd basically have to cover the bill and they'd reimburse you.
Like most companies, benefits are getting worst and worst
Accrued PTO, health insurance, dental insurance, vision, 401k, employee stock purchase plan. Working next to many places for lunch
I was lied to by HR. I turned down job because I can't stand for long periods of time. The HR rep at the time told me to apply for another job that standing would not be required. When I arrived for work it was a standing position. BE Aerospace does NOT accommodate someone with back problems. I left a position with Honeywell for more pay to come to BE Aerospace. I complained to Corporate. BUT in the end I had no job with no unemployment. Actually I shouldn't even give one star!
I guess we get the average package for a company of this size. The medical insurance (United Healthcare) is very expensive if you need to use it, you need to reach 3000 indv, 6000 family p/yr before it starts full coverage. Employee Stock purchase is not available anymore (since the Rockwell Collins merger). PTO is available for full time emplys and is quite good.
Very fragmented and many divisions are acquired from local small businesses. This means that the vision, strategy and culture just isn't the same across all B/E units. Some divisions were "suppliers" to others, meaning their goals were often times ignored and modified to serve the other divisions.
Great 401 k company matches up to 4%
BE's benefits are competitive but a little expensive. Most people seem to like the medical insurance once they use and most everyone seems to like having an HSA.
Health insurance is only useful if you needed a major surgery. Other than that you're stuck paying 100% of the doctor's bill until you meet your deductible.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.