Pay for higher education, you get sick days, vacation days, and holiday pay. Match 401 k up to 5 percent.
Paid time off was great. Health and dental were expensive.
Fairly priced HDHP, 6% 401k match
Flexible, structured, helpful, optional, wide range
The best thing about the benefits package is the salary vacation and parent leave. Healthcare on the other hand is all high deductible, which is now industry standard I think.
They are very high deductible plans which do not cover life saving medications like epilepsy pens. While upper executives can afford this without issues, hourly team members are at a huge loss.
Great 401K match (up to 6%). 3 weeks vacation from the start, option to buy 1 more, and week closed between Christmas and New Years (so up to 5 weeks, even for new hires). Additional week after 10 years of service. Plenty of sick time. Managers are supportive of professional development and will allow you to suggest budget needs based on your goals. Employee Scholar Program used to be TOP NOTCH, but they have recently started scaling this back and only "work related" degrees are covered - mainly MBAs/MAs in Engineering. New payback provisions for the Scholar Program have been added as well (have to work here over 2 years - if you leave before that, you have to pay at least 50% of your ed. costs back). Very disappointed with that recent ed. change and hope P&W communicates this widely to new/prospective hires.
Poor, high deductible healthcare. Pratt and Whitney used the promise of a fully paid, no service requirement higher education in any field to lure new hires into a job. However, after becoming eligible for the program, Pratt added a service requirement and limited the potential degree options. Do not trust Pratt and Whitney to fulfill promises they make during the hiring process.
They offer the best contribution to 401k. Other than that, they have done away with the pension
I think there was some few adjustments to the Pension package. The health insurance was great as can be expected.
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