Best-flexible hours Worst-direct managers have a lot of power
Great benefits including competitive salaries, paid time off, 401k, retirement planning, healthcare, dental, vision, and life insurance. Benefit package can be expensive depending on options for coverage chosen.
Every other Friday off is a great perk
The benefits package was a typical standard package that you would expect from a major employer. The best benefit is paid time off program called "TOWP" (time off with pay).
Medical insurance is good but should be better. No bonus due to great performance.
PTO system is great, if you aren't sick a lot you can potential wind up with weeks of time off that you can rollover each year. There is a limit to how much you can accumulate and rollover but its almost unrealistically high. I don't like the current options for health care. The only plans are either very expensive or basically you pay out of pocket for everything except a major emergency. This could just be the state of US healthcare at the moment though.
The best thing is Fluor's company match of 100% up to 5% in your 401k. The worst thing is their healthcare premiums. A married couple's deductible is $4k apiece and $11k per year most out of pocket with fairly high premiums per month.
Best think is pension.
now a days company do not give packages. Only 401k, health insurance, time off, no company perks
It was expensive and covers virtually nothing untill you pay a huge deductable.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.