If you are a field employee who receives subsistence, the package overall is very good.
The benefits aren’t good. Especially being a construction job that’s “all about safety”. You’re better off taking your hard work elsewhere
No complaints about the benefits for the company. Insurance is really good and relatively inexpensive if you choose to complete the health savings. Start with a lot of PTO in the first year but don't expect to use it all.
401k match is good. Subsistence varies depending on the project $300-$750 per week Short term disability pays 100% of salary for first 3 months and then a reduced amount for up to a few years. Tuition reimbursement for people seeking training that relates to their current or future role(s). Scholarships for children of employees Large number of employee discounts- everything from Ford, Sprint, AT&T, Dell, Avis, Ahern, Mazda, and more.
The benefits there were great when you enroll in the wellness program you pay next to nothing for insurance.
Per diem, 401k matching, insurance, and relocation
They have Kiewit's benefits package including a 401k that matches 6% dollar for dollar. Health insurance for me and my wife is highly affordable, although my deductible is $750, but that just started due to "Obama-care". Dental is better than most, as well as vision. I've also got life insurance for free, which is nice. 4 weeks Paid Time Off a year (if you have time to take it)
Paid time off accrues pretty fast, getting time to use it can sometimes be challenging
Great Benefits. Including full 401k Matching up to 6 percent. Lots of PTO and health insurance is very reasonable.
Very affordable, very easy to gain access to plan details.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.