At Boeing, the overall well-being of our employees and their families is important. We provide employees and their families a wide range of affordable, market-leading benefits. We offer many valuable health and well being benefits programs to help employees and their families better manage the various phases of life.
For more information about U.S. benefits, please visit our U.S. Benefits Overview. Note that certain Boeing subsidiaries offer benefit plans different from the ones outlined in the overview; individuals considering employment with a Boeing subsidiary should check with that company about benefit plan offerings.
Recognizing the value that employees around the world bring to the company, Boeing strives to provide a competitive benefits package to all of our locally hired employees. Some of the services offered include (as appropriate to each national or local market, on a country-by-country basis) health care, retirement, life and disability insurance, and learning and career development. For more information about international benefits and opportunities for learning and personal development, please visit our International Benefits Overview.
Best things are the 401K match, good heath and dental, and competitive salaries
Great health/medical, dental, optical coverages. Premium payments are starting to creep upwards. Dental plan coverage is limited to $2000/yr.
Boeing used to have higher than normal benefits packages but now they are subpar or average
Benefits vary based on employee population - salaried union, non-union, hourly union, etc.
Healthcare, 401k, dental and vision benefits were excellent. First rate company. Even provided onsite childcare services.
Phenomenal health insurance plans for individuals and families as well as an amazing 401k plan. Definitely a 10/10 for the benefits package.
Boeing is known for great benefits. Its been a few years since my employment and the benefits package did change while I was still employed, so I'm assuming some changes were made since then. Luckily I was grandfathered into my original benefits package. Paid $0 for full coverage health insurance.
retirement, medical, dental. all not as good as they used to be, but still there. company clubs, employee discounts, etc
Generous time off (vacation, paid holidays, parental leave, sick time). Competitive health benefits. Paid continuing education and Flex work schedules
The worst thing about the benefits were the insurance changes that often made you change doctors. The best thing was the profit sharing
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.