Best was annual 401K
Management has no clue. Not relatable to staff
It was better when Camber was an ESOP, since being bought by New Mountain Capital then Huntington Ingalls, the benefits have diminished
Health benefits are very good
Benefits are standard for the industry but expensive.
The contributions to a 401k was competitive for the field. The ability to flex hours within a two week period was fair and reasonable. Salary compensation was competitive.
Unfortunately, not a lot of good things to say here. Sick time, holidays, and paid ETO are decent, but the rest needs some major improvement. The medical insurance here used to be good back when the company was employee owned. Now, deductibles have risen, spouses cannot be added if their place of employment provides health care options, some out-patient procedures (I've been told) that used to cost $100 are now 5-6 times more expensive, standard pharmacies such as CVS are no longer considered "in network". For employees leaving the company. health insurance coverage terminates after 11:59PM of their last day, except in Hawaii. Regarding the 401K "plan", the only plan that you can rely on is the contribution that you make. There is NO matching at all. That's right, the company matches you 0%. The company will contribute a small discretionary portion to a 401K plan based on yearly earnings, but that is it. Vacation caps at 4 weeks after 10 years of service. 2 weeks for new employees. 3 weeks after 3 years. And for some unknown reason, 7 years must pass before the final week of vacation is awarded. Holidays are pretty standard. 10 holidays: 8 scheduled and two floating. The 8 scheduled holidays were only recently reinstated after a lot of complaints from customers and employees alike. A few years ago, the brilliant decision was made to take away Veterans Day a giving us 9 paid holidays. The HR person I spoke to about this claimed that the company was trying to be "more competitive". Not sure how that panned out for them, but again, Veterans Day holiday was eventually reinstated after a year or two (I cannot remember how many years.) The company used to offer a fairly nice cafeteria plan that helped offset the cost of health insurance. However, the company decided to phase out the plan over a period of 2 years (they said 3, but mathematically speaking, it was actually 2). 2017 is the last year of the plan. In the end, salaries were effectively cut $5,000 per year due to this decision. No compensation for these lost salaries were made. Sick time is actually pretty decent. 7 days are given at the beginning of the calendar year for the entire year. This increase (along with Veterans Day being reinstated) also occured the same year that the cafeteria plan was taken away. I guess the company was trying to lessen the bitter taste of losing $5K/year over 2 years' time. Other benefits such as additional life insurance coverage are available. They are, of course, completely voluntary and are paid for by the employee. This is normal. The company was recently acquired by Huntington Ingals. Whether or not the Camber portion of their company will ever receive their benefits is unknown. Whether or not their benefits are better is also unknown, but hopefully, things will improve for the newest addition to the Huntington family.
They do not match 401k contributions. Dental, Vision, and Medical are competitive. Currently owned by Huntington Ingalls Industries, which does match.
Cafeteria plan is awesome if your are single. It is worse or ok if your are with a family. As a single employee, I can earn an extra 3k with my cafeteria plan. It stopped in 2016. Now it is less.
No company match 401k. No retirement or pension benefits. Hire/fire at will company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.