Very competitive benefits with lots of options
I think it will depend on which organization you belong to inside the company. The medical benefits recently went through a major change from good to bad these last years, in my opinion.
The worst thing is that it's an deductible program, but I was formerly a government employee so most packages are as good as what the government offers.
Depending on what department you’re at and what location, there can be some beneficial opportunities to grow into learn in your field. The health-insurance could be better for the size of company ManTech is. The policies offered are no different then a midsize company
Excellent benefits; health and dental are decently priced. There are a lot of educational benefits but I haven't explored them, from what I see it's courses that pertain to familiarizing yourself with your job. There could be better education assistance for prior military and their families like contributions towards college TA or certifications. One of the coolest is medical insurance for pets. Another thing that could be better is the maternity leave program. I'm not having kids but I met a new hire the other day and his wife is due any day. As a new hire he gets no days off.
ManTech's benefits package is competitive for the industry. They have a pretty standard set of medical options, as well as the others you'd expect like 401k matching, paid time off, etc. There are also a number of other add-ons such as pet insurance, life insurance, and benefits programs like Beneplace. The company also has a lot of different education and training opportunities that can really add up. Their partnership with Purdue Global University is great and offers employees the ability to earn a bachelors or masters degree with zero out-of-pocket cost. That adds up to real savings and is a significant contribution. The biggest benefit I would suggest adding is paid maternity/paternity leave.
Benefits provide coverage however are very expensive.
Decent for a single person. Deductibles are very high for family.
The benefits packages are pretty comprehensive and can be chosen a la carte. They even offer Pet Health Insurance through Nationwide. The PTO is really low compared to other places I've worked, with no built in sick leave. If you are sick, you must take one of your PTO days, of which you get very few. If you go in the hole for 16 hours of PTO more than once, then you become a "performance issue". They also don't offer any assistance with cell phone bills, even to those employees with no office phone who must use their personal phones for all contact.
Benefits are good and fair price
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