high pay rate and free living accomodation
Health plan was very cheap, but not very good. You get what you pay for, and if you're someone that doesn't have a lot of medical needs, then it's a good deal.
Benefits are actually good for this industry. Health, PTO, stock. Just low very low base.
ESOP is phenomenal, after a few years you really start to see the compounded benefit of a base/base/ESOP compensation structure rather than just an increase to your salary every year. On top of the ESOP there is a 401k match. The premiums are also very low, and even lower if you get the health/wellness discount. This is the best benefits package I have seen for myself and my family, the only potential downside is that you do need to stay a few years to really get the ESOP to pay off.
15 days standard pto starting off. Earn an extra day pto each year after 5 years of service. Management is flexible with adjusting your schedule to accommodate personal appointments (e.g. doctor) so you don't have to waste pto. Pto can be taken in 4hr increments. Health benefits package is top notch with reasonable premiums.
The benefits package is one of the best I've seen for my family.
health insurance, ESOP, onsite health center, cafeteria, gym, daycare, coffee bar and pharmacy.
Does have ESOP account, meaning they give employees a profit return if the company does well. For the last 10 years, they've been positive. Negative: combined salaries come to about industry average. They lower base salaries for a higher year-end bonus with incentive for hard work, but in reality controlling employee pay and allowing variability. Many with experience do realize the company does pay average.
There are several benefits including ESOP, 401K match, Bonuses, and plenty of opportunities to get involved in the community.
Best thing about Burns and McDonnell is the employee stock ownership. It is essentially like having two 401(k)'s which are very rewarding the longer you work with them