Healthcare benefits are expensive, but comprehensive. The overall benefits package is inclusive of all necessary items.
The benefits package at Ducommun is pretty standard. Health insurance was actually pretty decent that included low premiums and great coverage. Two weeks is standard PTO for anyone under 5 years and then bumps up to three unless previously negotiated. Your vacation is yours to take whenever, as long as someone was there to cover you, there were no restrictions on when you could take it. 401k was $.50 on the dollar up to 3%, then 1.5%... There is a bonus included, however, was next to impossible to ever reach.
Basic. I think required by law.
Good 401k plan and administrator, decent health insurance (medical, dental, and vision), flexible time off, and expense reimbursement for any traveling.
Company benefits include 401K matching, 529 plans opportunities, and a health fair annually at many locations. Periodically offered are health team challenges for the number of steps walked or weight lost.
The best thing about the benefits package is the amount of benefits given to the employee's if they take advantage of it.