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.
Boeing is not offering pension plan to new hire starting from 2016, instead they put more money into 410K plan its called enhance saving plan, this is above and beyond stand 401K that you get.
Several Health Insurance options available, generous 401k match, good sick and vacation time offered. Great tuition program lots of training available.
healthy insurance and free gym are the best things
No more pension but good medical.
Health Insurance and 401k are great. I haven't found a place to beat what Boeing was giving its employees. At work perks, however, were far and few between.
Insurance, paid time-off work and Employee Assistance Program.
Benefits are pretty good in my opinion and this is one area that I've seen improve continuously in order to be competitive.
Great overall benefits for families.
More expenses pushed to employees with higher deductibles and co-payments
They have been taking away benefits for years and shrinking them. They need to get on the ball game again because they are not giving an option to stay or an options to comeback during layoffs. The health benefits require 10% to pay up to 6000 per family (2000 per individual). They eliminated co-pays in that sense and on top of that we now have to pay for the insurance on the unionside. This beenfits have already changed for nonunion. Pension has gone away as well. The education system is still pretty good with two years service back to Boeing. Many other companies have more time to pay back before you can leave. They DID used to have the option to take ANY course you want which was fun but I have to admit a waste of money if you are taking an art class or taking a chefs degree. Stock sharing options were also taken away back in 2008 or 2008. They don't give that anymore. In fact they are trying to buy them back. Overall, the benefits are really shrinking and its sad because I wonder if its from the idiotic business decisions made and the high up level in the past decade. While we lose our benefits they still get their stock and retirement. Parking inside the factory has increase from 20 to 25 years and if always crowded to begin with as well. There is no comp time but there is flex time that has to be made up within the two weeks. THey do pay some overtime to hourly salary base + 6.50. They have taken this option away for managers and provided a performance based bonus instead. Its been frustrating for those that work in the factory and a technician gets paid more even though the manager has to support airplane issues just as long and they don't get paid as much. Instead of being ONE BOEING they have split beenfits between union and non union.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.