The best thing is they pay very well. The worst is the refusal to allow wfh. The CEO treats us like we can't be trusted.
The insurance premiums are very affordable, promote programs / ways to save on them. Vacation and sick time are generous as is 401K match. Onsite pharmacy, clinic and small fitness center. In building bistro with a variety of food choices with a discount. Free covered parking at my location.
Average benefits for this area. For a Fortune 100 company I would expect better. No matching gift program, no paternity leave, very few employee discounts on local or national services.
The PTO accrual policy was the most employee friendly that I've experienced, except that you cannot "cash out" time that was not used when you leave the company. All other benefits were comparable to any other company.
Inlove with the Copays!! It seems to be pretty good premiums for what your getting. I've had jobs where you pay high premiums and thousands in deductibles so your in debt just for a office visit!
Company pays a portion of benefits, and pays more if you paryicipate in the Healthy Pathways program, but they got rid of the HMO optiin that Health Net Federal Services used to have. Therefore, most employees won't go to the dr now.
Good benefits and 401k options leave time.
Fairly standard package of benefits. I have seen better, and I have seen worse, but this is average-to-above-average. Onsite (Clayton, MO) amenities include a pharmacy and clinic, which can bump this into an above-average situation, but that is not necessarily available (convenient) for those that work outside of the Clayton office(s).
401K automatic opt in, bonus if company does well
It's expensive just like any other health plan. However the benefits are very competitive.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.