CACI offers it's employees a very good benefits package. They have a great dental benefit that I chose to use over the Tri-Care dental that I am eligible for. They also offer a good 401K and stock options.
The best thing is that, if you are single, the plans are pretty cheap. If you have a family, the plans are really expensive and don't cover much of anything until you hit your deductible, which is thousands of dollars. 401k matching but you aren't vested until the three year mark. My best guess is that the benefits are the bare-bones legal minimum.
Offers the bare minimum benefits to stay competetive. Cost is king so CACI tries to cut benefits at every opportunity.
Generally comparable to packages offered by other low-quality defense contractors.
Company has 401(k), health insurance, dental, vision, disability. Really the standard for a large company.
Worst: - 401k is only 3% match (.5% match for your first 6% contribution); it takes 3 years to vest; CACI only matches ONCE a year and you MUST BE AN EMPLOYEE ON DEC 31st in order to receive that match!!! If you leave or are terminated for any reason before then, you lose the ENTIRE YEAR's match. If you are ONE DAY shy of your three year anniversary, you lose ALL of any matching you have received from the company until that point because you are not vested. That's total bogus. - Not many perks for veterans or retired government. If you already have health benefits, etc., not much $ return. - Not much vacation (13 days). - They used to pay for the majority if not all of adoption and fertility expenses, but they don't now. Very little. Best: You still accumulate 5 sick days in addition to vacation days every year and they rollover every year; no limit. However, you don't get paid out for them. 4 of the 10 holidays are floating and you can use them in any 0.5 hr increment of time; Managers can get quarterly bonuses, but that's at the discretion of the SVP, so don't hold your breath. They play favorites; They typically will give employees 10 business days notice as a minimum for termination because they are afraid of getting sued.
Contractors do not get separate vacation and sick days - they only get 12 total and these have to be accumulated.
Continuing education vast amount of knowledge available most of it at no cost.
High premiums, high co-pays.
Fair packages, it is very helpful that there are many, many options to choose from.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.