CACI offerred good benefits that were comparable to many of the other defense and government contractors in the area.
Tuition assistance, health insurance employee contribution has been static for 3 years - these are absolutely my favorite parts of the benefits package.
The benefits are fairly expensive, but then again they all seem to be expensive now. I got cheaper insurance through the ACA than I did from this employer.
Lots of good benefits at reasonable prices. Frequently changes companies for things like medical and dental last few years.
CACI has a great employee benefits package. Healthcare, dental, vision insurance along with a 401k are all offered. CACI also offers a tuition reimbursement plan, however it is only for furthering your education while employed at CACI (not for previous/prior education).
Paid major holidays, a few days of flexible paid holidays, moderately good vacation time, a few paid sick leave days, paid bereavement leave days, company share on health/dental/vision/life insurance, 401K, LifeLock, company group rate for auto/homeowners/renters plan
The worst thing about the benefits package is the high cost. They provide a health and welfare benefit per hour of between $4 and $5, but they have been behind in paying the increases when mandate by the M4 contract
The breath of coverage and options was good, but the providers were mediocre. The company HR department was very attentive, but negotiating the system was still very complicated.
WORST: You pay for EVERYTHING. CACI will cover about 5% of the payment required. No moral compass at this company for providing coverage.
The best thing about he benefits package at CACI is that they offer medical. My doctors were not covered by the insurance plan that CACI offered.
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