good benefits, current market rate.
5.5% 401k match is quite nice, PTO accrual rate is good (3+ weeks per year) Health insurance is awful and fairly expensive for what you get. Cheapest plan ($200 per month for a family plan) has a $4,500 individual and $9,000 family deductible. I've found that it's cheaper sometimes to elect to not use my insurance because the self-pay price is cheaper. Dental and vision coverage and premiums are good (typical from what I've seen with other employers).
"Maternity leave" and PTO are laughable for a Fortune 500 company. Paternity leave doesn't exist. Maternity leave consists of possibly (depending on tenure) 5 weeks of paid leave at varying levels of compensation. You are then entitled to the government's required 12 weeks of unpaid FMLA leave (if you've been employed at least a year + some hours worked criteria). If you have been employed less than a year, you do not receive FMLA and you are also not entitled to ask for a personal leave of absence. It is a 9/80 schedule, so expect to be separated from your newborn for even longer each day after having to drop them at daycare, etc. at 6-8 weeks old. Vacation & sick time are rolled into one bank of PTO. I believe the maximum at any level of service is approximately 4 weeks total PTO. It is not provided up front; you have to accrue it. Some hours are allowed to be rolled over into the next year.
Good 401k match (up to 5.5%).
KBR had a decent retirement package for employees
They had many options for us
Health Insurance ..Its very affordable but, just if you are very healthy . Delectable is very high.
Just like any other companies, they offered health insurance, paid time off, and holiday pay. It is not the best but something.
KBR does a 5.5% match on your 401K. This is extremely high in today's market. The medical coverage could be better but it's not bad.
Extremely high deductible and high paycheck cost
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