[QUOTE=Azimuth;49574]Their benefits may not be the best in the industry but they are far from the worst. TO me, one needs to look at the complete package when making a decision.
401K - Match 0.50 on the dollar up to 6%; paid all at once at the end of the calender year; travel is paid based on your distance from the Galliano office, should cover about 50% of your travel; you are not on the payroll until the day of crew change and if you crew change after 6am you get 1/2 a day’s pay and you go off payroll when the carryall gets back to the Galliano office, if you get back to the office before 1800 you get 1/2 days pay. Generic mail order prescriptions are free, Insurance premiums are cheap, deductibles for health are 1500 for employee and 3000 for family. STD provided / LTD optional, small life insurance provided.[/QUOTE]
Unless you work international, you basically get paid door to door with the company paying 100% travel. If you live outside of 3-4 hour drive to Galliano, international is where to aim.