Current and former employees report that Jacobs provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Very high premium and deductible.”
“Matching 60% of the first 5%.”
“No paid sick leave, 13 days of PTO/year for newcomers.”
Works with client to provide contractor with ideal benefits.
Excellent benefits in a progressive environment
JEG working to keep healthcare costs low-ish (0 increase for 2023) and to contribute where employees care the most. Specifically around 401K match (increase in 2023) and mental health (announced unlimited PTO, talkspace).
yes, correct all good fine no problem nice calm
United States Department of Defense
I am a Cybersecurity professional with 20+ years in the career field. I have worked in IA, CND, Intelligence, and even PenTesting with focused skills in Python. I would appreciate it if someone can provide me with a referral to the following companies for remote work in the Cybersecurity field: Amazon Google Salesforce Rapid7 Raytheon Technologies Corporation Microsoft CrowdStrike Sentinel Labs Inc Accenture Lockheed Martin Jacobs Nvidia FireEye The Home Depot IBM FireEye Thanks
Weak at best for healthcare.
Best: starting point for new grads. Worst: the pay is way below the market rate, ~2% raise annual, no stock options, insurance plans come with extreme high premium and deductible.
Decent health care choices, better than average health care cost to employee. Company offers stock to employees at slight discount. 401k match is pretty standard. PTO looks good on paper until you realize it includes sick time - then it's nothing special.
Too low, could be better
The benefits packages are changing and are no longer as good as they were.
Benefits have been lowered for defense sector employees vs pre acquisition.