Oshkosh Corporation offers market-competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits program including a 401K with company match and group benefit plans including health, dental, vision, and life. Listed below are some of the benefits Oshkosh has to offer. You can learn more about our benefits and career opportunities at https://oshkoshcorp.com/careers.
Flexible hours and telecommute are great benefits
The time off policy is nice.
Flexible Work Hours, amount of paid time off
Very good, competitive offering for health benefits. Vacation time is exceptional with the ability to roll over unused time to the following year.
Among the best for a Fortune 500 for salaried workers. Generous PTO, 3 year vesting on 401(k), very, very good health, dental and vision HSA (although it's a fairly high deductible, but that can be taken from your paycheck). Maternity leave generally 12 weeks, no paternity leave. Assumption of benefits for same-sex spouses. Flex time and working from home on case-by-case basis; with a good manager it's OK. (Hello, VPN!) Family friendly in terms of unexpected sick days, doctors' appointments, etc. Most people take half days most Fridays.
The only thing I'd like to see added is a service that would cost the company nothing! The Hyatt Legal Plan. It's simply and valuable!
Seemingly standard benefits package. healthcare, medical, vision, dental, life insurance options. As with most companies, the expense of healthcare increases and the actual benefits received decline. high deductibles, copay, and premiums. likely competitive package in line with other big employers.
PTO policy, like that you get a bucket of PTO that you use for sick days, vacation and holidays. Medical insurance very good.
One bucket of PTO for all time out of the office provides a lot of flexibility.
Great 401k with employer match plus a percentage paid in retirement. Office offers flexible hours which is great for balancing work and life. Health coverage is average.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.