Can be complicated and I don't use them.
Benefits are good, experienced a decrease in overall benefits package during my tenure, but that was true industry-wide, not just at CACI.
Decent and competitive; however, if someone is coming from a large corporation, they may struggle with the vacation/sick time accrual, vs. receiving the days upfront. Nice that I receive full benefits while I work on a contract with CACI.
Benefits were competitive with other large companies.
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.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.