The best thing about the benefits package at IAP Worldwide Services is that it is comprehensive and affordable for the employee.
Premiums keep going up and co-pays are increasing
Cost of benefits is very high
As a contractor with IAP World Wide Services, I did not receive benefits.
Most vending machines in break room were reduced to .50 as they were healthy snacks/lunches subsidized by company. Tuition reimbursement up until 2014, then informed would no longer cover classes even though already enrolled in degree program. Great mentoring received by colleagues, though. Good health plan and benefits.
Benefits are competitive, but depends on structure of contract
Very competitive benefits package, though the new health plan added in 2015 provided a little less coverage for a little more money - still not bad though.
They have a 401k but don't contribute to employees. Have full medical but rarely approve eligibility even when injury is job related.
Worst thing was changing vacation. We worked at sea 7 days a week 12 hour shifts for up to 28 days at a time. When I was hired on we could get shore leave and hour based vacation, about a yar and a half later the vacation changed to the federal system, which was quite unfair for us since we did not get to roll our vacation over or take half days like the federal employees and it stripped our overtime potential. We would work 84 hours a week for just our base pay.
Health insurance plans are expensive.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.