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.
United StatesFor 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.
InternationalRecognizing 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.
In recent years, the package has been reduced steadily bringing the company's offering back to the pack
Health insurance is very good, though it is being cut back this year. 401K and vacation benefits are competitive with competitors.
Overall offerings are good. Worst - it changes every year
the benefits are very good
Medical package is better than most Fortune 500 companies. Also their 401K matching program is very good. Boeing no longer offers retirement medical or pensions. Also, vacation allotment is still based on employees staying at the company (why would they now with no retirement pensions?) until retirement. So, it takes a long time to accrue vacation time at the company. For example you have to work more than 15 years to get 20 days of vacation.
High deductible healthcare is offered, which is great for single people with no dependents. I pay $0/month and rarely use it unless I get injured, etc. 401k matching is excellent; new hires are given 9-11% matching for a certain duration of time as an incentive to come on board. Pay is not the greatest, as there are better opportunities out there. Paid for some training, but does not push employees to succeed (employee must be motivated to do this themselves). Some employees that have been around for a while are stagnant with their skills and are not open to new and fresh ideas. PTO is not the greatest, ~21 days a year PTO, 80 hours sick time (based upon employment time). Sometimes difficult to take PTO.
health insurance was too expensive
It covers everything imaginable, and it doesn't cost much out of pocket.
Health insurance was very reasonable. Costs have gone up a bit over the last few years but still very affordable considering the coverage. Offer tuition reimbursement and lots of training/development opportunities. 401k appears to be decent compared to other companies. I don't recall the company match % (maybe 5-8%). Offers a decent mix of investment alternatives (from low risk to aggressive) Paid time off was pretty decent. Don't recall the accrual rate. Offer some paid holidays but company does shutdown for a week between Xmas and New Years. So thats nice. Vacation time and sick time were in different buckets. Use to offer pension but that plan has since been frozen (bad move). Moved to defined contribution plan (401k) Some sites have on-site fitness centers. And they may offer discount memberships.
Health Insurance is good from a selection and value perspective, as compared to other local aerospace companies.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.