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“Good mental and physical health coverage, options between HMO, PPO, FSA, good vision and dental coverage, available compensation for gym membership/etc”
“MITRE has a pretty generous paid time off bank that increases over time. You can accrue hours and roll them over into following years. ”
“MITRE has currently moved to a hybrid work model. As long as your role supports it, you can work an average of 2-3 days/week from home, and be in the office the other days.”
Retirement is terrific, health insurance is not so great.
The company has made changes in the last three years to better support FMLA for caregivers. Health insurance is good..who has great insurance these days? 401k matching is great, even if they have just changed plans which now have slightly higher fees.
Retirement match up to 10% is great, plus you can contribute 2% of your salary that doesn't count towards the $19.5k limit. Sadly no access to a mega backdoor roth, which is a shame.
great benefits. several solid choices to choose from.
Benefits are still very good but they have been slowly eroding, particularly for new hires.
- Retirement plan: employer matches the equivalent of 10% (not a typo!!) - Education Assistance is best I've seen in industry (up to $28,000 per year - you must stay 2 years after receiving or have to return the monetary assistance) - Extremely flexible work environment - most employees are hybrid (mostly work from home, but go to office when needed) - Can claim an office on-campus if preferred - Paid paternity leave for mothers and fathers (also for parents who adopt) (paid leave ~12 weeks) - Various medical, dental, and vision options (HSA and FSA eligible)
Awesome benefits including health care and retirement contribution match
401K, PTO, health insurance rivals military benefits. Also available are legal insurance and pet health insurance. Employees are well taken care of and fosters an office family culture.
401K is decent. Used to have a lot of options for health insurance - now there is 1 option (thanks Obamacare), it's pricey, and it's not that good.
very good 401k and medical.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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