health insurance, 401 k are the best offered
They had free food, snacks and drinks when I started here but changed the catering company and then only had drinks and lunch. They changed the health care benefits because they were "significantly above average". 401k options were very limited.
Maersk Oil provided comprehensive coverage and the selected providers of insurances and services were of very high quality.
If you select the high deductible health plan, employer will contribute to your health savings account, other health plans you can elect to contribute to FSA
6% 401k match and another 6% match on a 3 year vesting schedule.
The best thing about Maersk Oil is (was) it's employee benefits - even though they are lacking, when compared with local competitors. The benefits may have changed due to a massive company workforce reduction due to the economic downturn in the local oil & gas economy. Also, benefits are not equal in the US office in comparison to those of the corporate office (specifically vacation days/work-life balance). Vacation begins at 15 days and goes up to 25 or 30 days (corporate office begins with 6 weeks vacation time). 11 paid holidays (not sure how many corporate office employees receive, but they do have a few longer holiday breaks, such as the Easter break, which is 4 days in Denmark). 401K match is 6%, medical insurance has great co-pays, and 12 weeks short term disability. The company implemented a flex schedule with half day Fridays after their massive lay-off, in order to boost employee moral. Half day Fridays or 9/80 or 10/4 had been a topic of discussion amongst employees/HR/management during the entire 4 years I was present. The company does provide snacks, which most recently consisted of fresh fruit (used to offer packaged items as well, bags of cubed cheese & meats, crudités, and yogurt cups. Lunch is provided on-site daily in the "canteen", where employees and contractors only have to pay the tax on the value of the lunch (couple dollars). The lunches are currently catered by Cordua (owners of Churrascos) and include a variety of delicious meals. The company used to offer employee events (rodeo, Go Texan Day, holiday luncheons), however, it is likely that these events have been discontinued to cut costs, as that is what much of 2014 was focused on.
Houston based contract so it does not include all the bells and whistles that the people hired in other offices get. Best thing has to be three weeks of vacation which is pretty awesome for someone brand new to the industry. Weak 401k matching, decent health insurance and freeish lunch in the office. No 9/80 schedule or casual Fridays which is weird in Houston .
6% 401k contribution. great health insurance, bonus and profit sharing.
Decent health care. 401k comparable to industry. $100 per month allowance for gym. Free lunch.
Loved the lunch program, all other benefits are pretty good, annual bonus paid out in April
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