Tuition reimbursement is comprehensive as long as immediate management approves. Health care coverage is comprehensive but currently does not cover eye care.
High Deductible health Plan is not fun. They do offer FSA. They offer a nice 401k match. No sick leave, eveything rolls up in to Paid Time off (PTO)
The benefits were ok. Tuition reimbursement was very good, and there was also a certification program, but the benefits themselves were TERRIBLE. They had a pre-tax contribution account where you're supposed to be able to be reimbursed for medical supplies, etc, but you couldn't use it for ANYTHING...I couldn't even buy BANDAIDS, my toothbrush refills, (items I purchased with my previous employer on the same plan without any issues). So I ended up loosing over $600, which I had carefully planned out to have deducted. Exelis was recently acquired by Harris...we received e-mails stating that our I-9's hadn't been located and needed to be redone. Excuse me? You don't have my I-9 on file?? Isn't that illegal? I have a Top Secret Clearance, so...yikes.
Comprehensive, well-adminstered program with early vesting in 401k and pension programs. Health insurance was excellent and comprehensive with vision and dental options available.
Benefits are horrible for a declining company that wastes a ton of money
The best thing about benefits package is the 401K packages and company matches.
Decent PTO and benefits package.
The benefits were not that great. High deductibles and some sketchy wellness program that if you participated they would give you back some money.
I got the 4th of July off.
Best: Benefits start first day of employment Worst: High deductibles for medical care