The best thing about the benefits package at CACI is that it is comparable to other companies
There are okay benefits, they offer a lot of different things but they all are a little costly.
They are upping their 401k match to 4% starting in Jan 2019. Takes three years to become vested. 12k in tuition reimbursement per CACI fiscal year - that's hard to beat. Also converting Sick, Vacation, etc to just one "PTO" category so employees can maximize from their days off.
You are given a set amount per hour that is intended to assist with paying for benefits. If you do not use benefits, that money is yours to keep.
Wished there was a maternity leave package
10 days of PTO is a joke. They don't even offer you free coffee. They only give you a new benefit to take way something else. They also use the TERRIBLE workday software making any intra-business task a quagmire of awkward text boxes that don't make any sense and links that send you to the wrong information.
Employee discounts, vacation time, and floating holidays. The vacation donation program is cool and the tuition reimbursement is top notch.
Offer very basic 401 k health and etc nithing special but they do offer it
The best part of the benefits package at CACI is tuition reimbursement. The worst is health care plans which increases in out of pocket costs every year.
Worst: Only a couple weeks of accrued vacay where you cannot go negative. They offer "health and wellness" pay, but you're essentially paying for all of your insurance since it is really a part of your pay. I found it to be more expensive than similar exchange plans, but I've heard dental is very good. If you need lots of care, it is probably a good deal though. 401K offers 50% matching up to 6% (12% contribution required) of your income with 3 years vesting required before you can take it with you. Flexibility of hours varies by project. I've had a project with 8-6 M-F hrs and others where I could come in 24/7. They do not offer snow days, but you should be able to make up time if you miss it. They offer tuition benefits, but it has to be "job related" which is up to your supervisor. Some schools offer further discounts beyond what they pay. Overtime was offered sporadically, and it was voluntary.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.