Casual environment. Great boss, knowledgeable staff, benefits including PTO is fair. The stock rate is great.
Health insurance. Dental insurance, 401 K plan, good benefits, vacations, sick leave are great. Dependent care for your kids.
Great benefits for full-time employees
They had an excellent 401k plan! I still keep my money in it and it is one of my best performing retirement funds.
SAIC does allow you to take unpaid leave in compliance with FMLA. 29 paid leave days (includes holidays), expensive health insurance, doesn't reward volunteerism, partial 401k matching up to 5%, no educational benefit (some online classes from skillsoft), no professional development. Probably only good thing is if I die on travel they kick in a little extra insurance money.
Vacation and sick leave are combined. New employees get 12 days. The MAX after 5 years is 16 days. (Think about that. Being an employee for decades and only getting 3 weeks and 1 day of vacation AND sick leave per year.) 401k match is 4% if you contribute 5%. Insurance is where you will really pay. While they do have a very high deductible plan that is free, most are quite expensive. 2019 for a single (ded=deductible, OOP=out of pocket): PPO: $129.12/pay check, $500 ded, $3000 OOP max, flat rate Dr. visit, flat rate drugs Premium: $62.96/pay check, $1400 ded, $3000 OOP max, 20% after ded, 15% drugs after ded Standard: $26.70/pay check, $2000 ded, $6250 OOP max, 25% after ded, 25% drugs after ded Core: $0/pay check, $4500 ded, $6650 OOP max, 30% after ded, 30% drugs after ded Dental also is expensive. 2019 for single: Standard: $20.02/pay check Core: $14.70/pay check HMO: $9.34/pay check
Average benefit on medical insurance, matches up to 4% on 401k
Overall good health insurance, 401K and vacation package.
Average insurance benefits, time off, plus is maternity leave offered as short term disability.
Given the context of the benefits package (larger company, grand claims about being a 'highly desired career destination', 'strongly invested in professional growth/training', etc - the benefits are pathetic - relatively expensive for mediocre coverage and effectively no real training/education investment - but at least they have them.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.