Raytheon is proud to offer a comprehensive, competitive benefits package to you, your spouse or same-sex domestic partner, and your eligible children. In addition to protecting you and your family's health and well-being, we offer important income and work/life benefits to meet your needs.
Good match for 100% vested 401k, good PTO and flexible schedule plan, decent HSA health care plan, 3 weeks parental leave for birth or adoption
Lack of stock option plan. The 401k match is only 4%. The employee medical insurance cost increased significantly since the Affordable Care Act was enacted. Management bonuses seem to be inequitable.
Still have retirement plan but new employees do not receive
Best is increasing PTO schedule with years of service. 401k program is pretty good. company contributes cash to HSA plan. They stared parental leave 3 weeks paid (mother, father, adopter) Worst is no sick days must use PTO. Also bad--health care premiums for our high deductible plans have skyrocketed.
PTO is great, Health insurance has a high deductible and HSA, and Retirement is below what they are capable of offering.
3 Weeks PTO plus 12 holidays + 2 floating holidays. The best time to join is towards the end of the year , why? Raytheon offers 3 week if you have been with the company for at least a year or join the company before the new year start. So if you joined in NOV, then comes JAN 1 , you are eligible for full PTO. Health insurance: Pretty good, United health care, I pay 250 for myself, wife and daughter. Dental insurance two options: Free: Company pay the whole premium, still decent Paid: You pay and company share the payment.
Company has Health insurance benefits, pension benefits, vacation time off, among other benefits provided to employees.
Good 401k match and pension for earlier employees
Best thing is the vacation policy (3 weeks advanced up front), few companies do this. After year 5, you get 4 weeks advanced. All of this plus the holiday shut down. The worst is the tuition reimbursement. $10k per year is a drop in the bucket especially if you're looking into funding an MBA.
Usual big company benefit (on low end)
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