We invite you to explore career opportunities with the world’s leading airline. Take a moment to review some of United’s portfolio of benefits and travel privileges. Depending on their position, department and length of service, United employees have access to a a variety of benefits and travel privileges.
401k 3% match, and they give 3% for free. Total is a free 6%. Flight benefits are the best in the industry. Free standby pass travel for yourself, parents and children (up to 26yo) and one other designated person a year. In addition, you get 24 one-way buddy passes for your friends. You also get access to standby on other carriers for yourself. Medical, dental and vision insurance are all pretty great and they offer a ton of options for your specific situation. United has a scholarship program for their employees and also an employee assistance program for employees who fall on hard times like natural disasters or medical emergencies. They really take care of you here.
Although the costs of the benefits package have increased slightly over the years and the options have become more limited, United still has some of the best benefits in the airline industry. I can personally attest that the benefits package have made my quality of life much better. The major complaint I have is the workmen's compensation system and bidding for time off based on seniority.
Flight benefits have defined my life.
Health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, short and long-term disability, travel perks and buddy pass program, vacation time, 401K, are all great.
They offer good health insurance options as well as other perks like highly discounted flights.
Benefits are awesome , we get 401k with company match , health, vision , dental as well, profit sharing , on time bonuses , profit sharing and travel benefits as well .
The best part of the benefits is the flight privileges
You can fly for free, your parents can fly for free, and you have the option to have 2 other people signed up to fly for free as well.
High out of pocket.
I save on average $300/month in prescription costs alone with their health insurance as opposed to my previous employer. The travel benefit alone is something you can't put a price tag on.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.