Flexible work schedule, Gym on-campus, Good Amount of PTO
Worst: Adding spouse to benefits is extremely expensive Best: company contributes 8% to 501k
Paid time off starts at 3 weeks and increases at 4 weeks after 10 years with the company.
Package is reasonable. Can choose your doctor in network and have access to medical, vision, and dental for additional cost. Also can purchase life insurance if desired.
excludes contractors only those who are RTI employees receive benefits
Starting in 2017, RTI now offers paid paternity leave.
RTI provides tuition assistance if you want to go back to school. The retirement plan is really good too. RTI puts 8% regardless of how much you contribute to your retirement plan. The only catch is that you have to stay five years to be vested.
You only get 1 PTO day after working 1500 hours and then only one after each 250 hours worked
Company funded Retirement programs, flexible work schedules, generous paid time off policy.
Benefits are good overall, though I don't have a lot of health issues. Vision and Dental covered, which many places don't. 20 days PTO although this counts sick and vacation time, plus running errands, etc. The "charge code" (billable hours) atmosphere means some people have to burn PTO if there aren't any projects for them at the time, which majorly s*cks. You can use "overhead" time, but approval is very, VERY dependent on one's individual manager or workgroup. Lots of educational "brown bag" lunches or seminars, but because of the "charge code" environment, you don't get paid for going, so it's on your own time. They want us to grow professionally but then don't even provide much in the way of PD "on the clock". They also have recently instituted Diversity & Inclusion Employee Groups, which is great, but again, any time attending meetings or events is "off the clock", so it's hard to get as involved as one would like. Flexible schedule is the best part--basically, unless you have meetings or answer phones, nobody checks up on when you come to work or leave, and working from home is pretty much always an option (again, depending on job).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.