As a co-op, you receive a bonus for every additional rotation you come back for.
They don’t offer many vacation days; however, there is a shutdown at the end of the year but it’s unpais.
Offers decent pay but no offer of partial payment of benefits
Poor pay, ok insurance; ok retirement
Not all benefits are offered to all employees
everything is good. good company
Insurance gets more expensive each year with no change in coverage. My guess is that it's consistent around the industry.
Vacation package is very nice. Health benefit package has taken a hit in recent years but is still decent.
A very basic insurance. So if you have a family this isn't enough. The 401k is pretty decent. They match your first 3% contribution, and for the next 3% the company will pay out 1.5%. So if you contribute 6% Meritor will pay out 4.5%. The vacation was a nice thing. Meritor has had so many employees quit after burning through all of their vacation that they made is that you have to earn it as a new hire. But you get 2 weeks vacation, and a week of floating holidays which is just like another week of vacation. The biggest problem is that holidays are booked by senior employees. The other problem is your wages are kinda low so it's not like you have money to go on vacation with. So nearly everyone just sits in home on a vacation. Life insurance is crap, bottom of the barrel, same with dental and vision.
Good health, dental, FSA, 401K, retirement
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.