Too many of the benefits are pay for use. Perfect example is the Employee Assistance program is a pay to use benefit instead of part of the base benefits as it is with the majority of similarly sized employers.
no perks and no gym; needs more raises; company does not care about its people. alot of cool people though
Best - work from home and purchase vacation time option. Worst - No company paid short term or long term disability.
Good Health insurance, 401K match, decent dental insurance. Offers life insurance. The benefits were decent here.
Vac buy is great, but I the hmo free plan pays only half of what a doctor normally charges. I'd be better off getting ana plan, but I can only opt out I have a gov insurance, which, does not follow federal guideline. They contract needs updated to follow the current law.
There 401k plan matches 100%, which is the best thing about GDIT, there health insurance is not that good very high deductible for as much as it cost per month
Fully paid health plan for individuals
Part time employees aren't eligible for benefits but i do get to start working towards a 401k which is pretty awesome.
Leave accrual is lowest in the industry. New employees don't get to roll over leave or cash out. You need to use it an they never let you take leave when RFPs are out. They are reducing the hours for accrual starting next year.
Pay time off was the best thing about this job. They offer health and dental insurance(you have to pay for stand alone dental).
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