Booz Allen provides a comprehensive and integrated package to provide not only competitive compensation, retirement benefits, health benefits, and work-life and wellness programs, but also flexible work arrangements, leave programs, career growth opportunities, and much more.
Excellent 401k, insurance, time off, as well as training and tuition assistance (both pre-paid and reimbursement were options).
Best: 401 K matching up to 6%. Worst: only match 401 once a year.
Health benefits are better than ever. There are three choices and the bronze premium is completely covered for an individual.
Great all-around benefits package, although it has been steadily decreasing for the past 5 years.
Comprehensive health benefits, including up to $400 contribution to HSA for completing health-related tasks.
The worst thing about the benefits package is that it no long has all of the health contribution that used to be offered and it has been decreasing ever since.
Great education benefits and flexibility
Great benefits that only get better if you stick around.
company perks seem fine. lots of discounts at different vendors but i hardly needed to use them.
Booz Allen offers a lot of benefits, but each one comes with caveats. The best benefit is their powerup challenge that gives you money for tracking steps or reading about retirement. The 401k has good funds with low fees. BAH starting 2019 started charging book keeping fees of 3.95 a month just to have the account. They only match once a year (6%) and it is deposited in february of the next year. If you are not employed Dec 31 of the contribution year...you get no match. The HR and benefits people have no clue on how retirement accounts work and when you ask management about the rising fees they say it goes to other benefits, but they never tell you what those are. Healthcare is awful and expensive unless you are single and in perfect health-you'll pay 0$ for their lowest plan as a healthy single person. The deductibles are high and hopefully you don't want to have children on these plans. The tuition assistance allows you to get money, however it locks you in for 18 months as a BAH employee unless you want to repay the money in full. Stock options are okay, and employees were told if they want to take advantage of the tax breaks to invest in company stock. They do have the Hyatt legal plan available and it is reasonably priced. HSA is available but the fees are somewhat high and the management and benefits team are clueless about the regulations surrounding these accounts. They say they offer training, but you have to pay for it and work extra throughout the year to make up for billable hours. They say there is work from home/remote options, I have only see these used for snow days and days when no one is going to be in the office anyways (holidays).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.