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The benefits are very affordable
Best thing they provide everything however you accrue time based on the amount of hours you have worked
Outstanding benefits package. During my employment I Lockheed Martin offered a pension. Lockheed Martin also provided strong 401(k) plan options. Compensation was weekly.
One of few companies that still had pension plans back then
short term disability is a very small percentage of salary. Benefits are great, but pricey
Health insurance not up to par with others in the valley. No ESPP
Lots of benefits and some really good employee discounts for many products and services. Health insurance just changed to a high deductible plan. I'm not sure how out will be, but I'm worried about being able to afford the deductible. Premium is lower now. HSA seems very good.
The best thing is the 9/80 schedule which means you get alternate Fridays off. The health insurance is pretty mediocre. You get 10 hours of vacation added to your pot every month, 40 hours sick time total for the year, and that's pretty much it.
High Deductible Health Insurance, only 5 days of illness pay before you have to use your vacation if you are sick
These are the worst benefits I've ever seen. You have no insurance until you hit your high deductible of $6,000 per person per year. This means zero coverage for anything until this value is reached. All prescriptions are 100% out of pocket until this is reached. If you or your wife are having a baby, consider a second mortgage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.