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“Company could help pay more of the price of insurance.”
“It seemed to be average. But you need to update the plan right away. They put your money in a extremely conservative fund. So if you want a aggressive 401k, you need to change the fund.”
“If you have the vacation time, you can take it anytime. As long as someone is in the office to cover the work.”
Overall good benefits, but do not offer bonuses.
Decent healthcare, PTO and aligned with rest of industry
There are several choices so that everyone can select the option that most suits their needs. The additional elective benefits far surpass any other company I've ever worked for.
Solid benefits with stock plan
provided below industry average benefits
Jacobs offers PTO, Holiday & Sick leave
Not the best benefits, but not the worst for a consultant. Health insurance could be better.
PTO and Sick Time are grouped together.
Decent 401K match on my Federal contract employment, nice opportunity to buy 5% discounted Jacobs stock a couple of times each year. Healthcare seems a little expensive ($500/month for married couple). Tuition reimbursement (up to $5,000 / year) is advertised, but VERY tough to get approved / reimbursed unless there's a provision for Government funding for it in your contract segment area. No overtime on the Government contracts, but extra hours go into a very flexible comp time bank. Vacation and comp time usage is rarely / never challenged, in my experience.
A whole 1 week of parental leave!! Pretty subpar health coverage even after hefty premiums and really high deductibles.
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