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The overall well-being of our team members and their families is important at Boeing. To support employees and their loved ones, through all stages of life, we provide a wide range of affordable, market-leading benefits.
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Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(701 comments)
“Unmatched options and a program state by state is provided matching the best care provider in state”
- 401K Plan(615 comments)
“The best is that they your contribution with an additional 10%. Never seen a company do that before where I worked”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(364 comments)
“Generous time paid off and vacation.”
The company has good benefits.
Can't really name one. Compared to previous employers I was at, Boeing by far has the most comprehensive health insurance coverage paid for, a matched 401K with an additional 10% on top. Generous PTO and vacation. Not to mention all the discounted memberships and paid for tuition when you want to complete education
There are a number of available benefits for employees including a 100% match on the first 10% contributed to a 401k plan. At least if you are non union
Pretty good benefit. Good 401k and insurance.
ASRC Aerospace Corporation
Howdy, I just received and offer from Boeing for an Electrical Systems Engineer 2 position. Location is Oklahoma City. Offer is for 89k, no sign on bonus or signing extras. Previously I worked for another large electronics company making 93k, in Tulsa Oklahoma, with stock bonuses putting me just over 100k. I moved to Oklahoma city in the start of 2022 to be closer to family and took a pay cut to 70k. I countered with a request for 95k and some extra PTO days. Is this reasonable? Thoughts?
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Boeing has the highest rated 401k employer contribution structure in the industry, hands down. In addition, medical and dental benefits are very competitive if not leading the industry as well. Vision benefits are terrible as almost nothing is covered. Flexible schedules are generally acceptable depending on job description.
22 days of PTO to start, health insurance premiums very low
Great health insurance and dental.
Great 401k, paid vacation, and work-life balance.
Incredible benefits. Up to 10%, 100% 401k match. 12 weeks parental leave, will pay for your masters
Medical has been getting progressively worse over time.