Best Thing - competitive benefits within the Aerospace industry. Tuition Reimbursment, good 401K match, quarterly all hands events, 9/80 work schedule options, etc. one thing that some don't like but is not a big deal to me is no Telecommuting.
Onsite gym is the bee's knees. Otherwise, best thing I can say is that they offer benefits. For a company of their size (fortune 500), the benefits are not so hot. Insurance plans are overpriced and have huge out of pockets and deductibles. All other benefits are "standard" *at best* - they are not a leader in any way in terms of benefits. Cafeteria is an overpriced joke and parking is a nightmare.
The 401k matching is good. Health plans have been getting steadily worse. The salary is competitive.
Insurance is ridiculous and over priced
Good Insurance, great 401k package.
Paid vacation (PTO), 401k match, family group health,
Medical insurance options are good.
401K match, 9/80 work week. Health benefits continue to decline while costs to employees rise.
The Medical benefits are by far among the worst available. Not only the premiums insanely high but in network doctors are horrible and limited.
I enjoyed the health care, although it can be expensive. Tuition reimbursement only applies if your degree will be relatable to your job.
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