Chevron has one of the most outstanding and competitive package.
I was an intern so I did not get benefits except that you can get to sign up for your 401K which is a plus if you know you will be working there because you can start your plan early.
relatively low cost medical insurance.
have excellent comp, benefits (including pay, incentives, esop, 401k, health, dental, sick pay, vacation, time-off, and pension programs). globally competitive with world-class companies.
It is average. You got a little bit pension. If you joined 30 years ago, you basically no need to save money for retirement and the company will cover you. But time changed and Oil is not that good anymore, and there is no stock options or anything else to offer, so sadly it is no longer that competitive compared to other tech companies.
There are no benefits to it except if you get hurt workman's comp covers it
8% 401K contribution is great and there is still a pension plan. Pension Plan contributions are hard to calculate but apparently significant amounts get added annually past 20 years of service, and many colleagues with 30 yrs of service have mentioned that their annual pension plan contributions exceed their annual salary. Annual Bonus varies based on how well the company does and ones pay grade.
The employers, seniors and managers don't even let you know about what benefits you are supposed to have. Their main intention is to make you work more and pay as less as possible.
Nothing bad to say about benefits....they have one of the most outstanding and competitive package.
As a contractor, the benefit are not very good. Health care is not good. I don't get vacation.
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