I have no major complaints about the benefits package at SAIC. The benefits package was comparable to most other large employers.
Great Stock options, Fantastic Health Care.
Saic has a great benefit package.
There were a large amount of options and choices for insurance, benefits, and retirement venues. Especially interesting was the Pet insurance option, which I had never seen before.
Their 401k matching is good at 4% at up 5% contributions. They use Vanguard as well if you like Index funds. The medical coverage for families is very expensive and doesn't cover near as much as my former employer at 33% less costs. That was a big hit in coming over to SAIC - medical and dental coverage.
This is my first full-time college degree required position since graduation, so from what I see the benefits package is fairly basic, but something i've never had. The 401k has great matching from what I understand and health, vision, dental and many other benefits are available.
PTO, flex time, career advancement
Nothing for interns. They offer you nothing but pay.
Company has good vision and dental, but medical has a high deductible. Also the stock purchasing plan has a lower discount than normal. They do match your 401k and do it through Vanguard, which helps to reduce cost. They also don't have dedicated sick/vacation days, as they roll all of that into the same area. They do offer two floating holidays a year for a total of 10.
Best is the vision coverage which is cheap, Medical is an expensive high deductible plan of about 250 a pay for a family with a 4000 deductible. Factor this in when negotiating as you will not get over a 3% annual raise. This will be the same cost of benefit increases.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.