We believe having a solid work-life balance creates a healthy lifestyle and inspires creativity. At Rockwell Collins, we encourage career development and seek ways to provide you with opportunities for growth and variety in your work. And that’s just for starters. Day one kicks off with a competitive benefit package of plans that include medical, dental, and vision, and more. In addition, we have a generous 401(k) plan that matches 50% of your contributions up to 8%; an Incentive Pay Plan based upon company performance, as well as tuition reimbursement.
Comprehensive - 401k, 3 weeks vacation, extended holiday calendar, dental, vision, health, tuition reimbursement, paternity leave, software discounts, flexible work hours.
It is a very inclusive package. Also pay for some course credit as an intern.
RC has decent flexible health care coverage to cater to the employees' situation.
3 weeks to start, 401k match if you put 8% they will match up to 5%. Health benefits are horrible. The cost has increased and coverage has decreased each year
Even as an intern, I was offered full benefits! I was treated like a full-time employee.
401K - 63% contribution for the first 8% base pay
vacation you start with 3 weeks and will not get to 4 weeks until 15 years later!!
The best thing was coverage for dental and health coverage it was very helpful when I needed to get my wisdom teeth removed.
Health insurance, 401k, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment, life insurance, paid vacation, innovation, creativity, and more.
WORST health care plans I've seen at any company. They are the equivalent of catastrophic health insurance. The insurance covers nothing until you meet the $1500-4500 deductible depending on which plan you go with. Prescriptions are only paid for if they are considered "preventative", otherwise you're out of pocket for the entire amount until that deductible is paid. No co-pay for doctors visits or prescriptions etc, you are entirely out of pocket. This wouldn't be such a big deal had the company not preached how amazing their benefits were as a means of trying to convert contract workers to full time. The pay cut is not worth the "benefits".
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.