Our philosophy at Exotic is that our employees are what set us apart from the competition, making us a best in class provider of complex aerospace assemblies. Since the success of the company depends greatly on each and every one of our employees, we recognize the importance of providing a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefit program. Some highlights include:
Good overall benefits and paid time off
They offer pretty much the bare minimum required by law, plus a few extras like sports tickets/company picnic/Christmas party/decent amount of PTO. The only major positive difference is that (if you've been with the company 3 years), they will cash out unused PTO when it expires and if you leave the company.
Aetna health, Delta dental, 401k, Roth IRA, profit sharing.
Outstanding Benefits Package especially for Spokane Wa!
PTO is lumped into 1 bucket and there is not enough of it. The extreme value towards longevity at the company makes it hard to get more than 12 days PTO/year.
Best: They match first 3% into 401k, and if you contribute 7%, they will give in 5%. Worst: PTO. They dont give you much and it isn't easy to earn.
Best parts: Pretty decent M/D/V, 401k with good company matching and profit sharing to make up for wages. Worst parts: Small amounts of PTO, PTO used for sick days and bereavement.
The 401k match and production bonus is about average to the industry
The insurance is pretty good. Profit sharing is the best benefit they have at Exotic. Vacation after 5 years is assume.
Most of the useful benefits are poorly explained, I still don't kow how to go to the doctor. Company match for 401k doesn't start until after a full year of service. If you apply funds from your profit sharing to your 401k, the company match for that is not full vest for a full SEVEN years. Trainging is very very very marginal, in my opinion. It's designed to take peopel with no industrial experience whatsoever and prevent them from injuring themselves or scrapping parts. It's not really beneficial to your long term career.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.