UTC is committed to offering competitively priced benefit programs that offer substantial value to our employees. Part of that commitment includes monitoring new market developments and enhancing our programs when appropriate. Whether our benefits help you today or 20 years from now, they all support UTC’s benefits philosophy.
This philosophy is based on providing our employees with:
The individual plans that make up UTC benefits are designed to balance your immediate needs (such as paying for health care) with your longer-term focus (like planning for retirement).
Health insurance is the pretty standard high deductible plans with three different options with scaled out of pocket maximums and monthly premiums. 13 paid holidays, start with 15 days paid vaccation as well as 5 sick days to start. These paid days off adjust with the more tenure you have with the company. 401k has a 60% match on contributions up to 6% as well as annual age based contrabutions to the plan regardless of standard payroll participation in the 401k.
Good 401K, vacation, and parental leave benefits. Health insurance is average or below.
The health plan does not offer low co pays and for people who do not need to use it very often they never meet the deductible. Though they do offer an HSA for such expenses I'd rather have that money to spend where and when I need it, not held up in an account in the off chance I have to go to the doctor.
401K match, Employee Assistance program, up to 5 weeks vacation, high deductible health plan, excellent pay
401k, saving plan, vacations
Great 401k, Benefits were good
They barely cover benefits anymore.
Decent health and dental benefits. Vacation benefits on par with other organizations. UTC still provides a pension, so that is a great benefit.
The Employee Scholar Program and parental leave program are incredible benefits. Any degree, any level and UTC will pay for it and make sure you get time off of work to study. Medical benefits are fine, the usual high deductible health plans are what is available.
The healthcare the company provides is absolutely pathetic. Very large deductibles (11k+/year) and very large premiums ($200/mo). Its embarrassing. I am likely to leave the job if I ever have a major life event (like having a baby) on healthcare alone.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.