General downward trend. Health coverage is high-deductible. Out of pocket expenses are high unless you have a severe enough problem to trigger coverage. Travel is more difficult with policies to require lowest-cost travel. Even improvements seem to benefit the company more than employee. 401k match increased from 6% to 7%, but changed from per-paycheck match to end of year conditional on employment at end of year. This payment has been further delayed to end of January with no specific date promised. Annual "merit" raises, sometimes cover inflation. Unlimited vacation. If you can get manager approval, this seems more to eliminate company requirement to pay out on earned vacation at end of year. Rare highlight - recent increase in parental leave.
Not much is good. Some 401k match. Company car—but you must pay HON for use of the car
Best- Pretty flexible working hours. Worst - Healthcare plan is expensive. They require yearly screening (blood draw) and are now penalizing for not meeting health goals.
Senior leadership keep finding ways to take benefits away from employees while trying to sell how good the change is for the employee.
Worst: Health Insurance - expensive and doesn't cover much; Next to worse - recent changes in 401k plan - company match is once and year and you must be employed on December 15th to get it.
Reasonable benefits package was available.
Benefits package has been declining over the past few years. Especially the medical insurance which is becoming increasingly constrained
401k with company match 75 cents per $1 up to 8% of base salary. Honeywell got rid of the pension a few years ago. Health insurance isn't the best.
Average benefits package - adequate, but nothing to set it apart from the competition.
I did not have any of this. I was only an intern and paid 21 dollars an hour. I was okay with that though. It was more than enough for me.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.