Halliburton HSA contribution for you is $1200 for family, while Baker gives us $1000. Halliburton 401(K) gives you maximum 9% free (5% plus 4% basic contribution). Baker Hughes 401(k) gives you 7% to 10% free depending on your ages (5% basic contribution plus 2-5% depending on your age). Baker Hughes also gives us cash-balance pension, 2-4% depending on age. So Halliburton is better on HSA free contribution while Baker is better on 401(k)+Pension. Health insurance is a wash. Employee stock purchase plan is also similar with 15% discount.
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Anonymous72479 - just the base pay
Does hal 401k match on overtime or just the base pay?
SLB's forum was super busy in Jan
Good comparison of HAL vs BHI. The BHI forum is more active than both HAL and SLB.
No, Reposted from BHI's board? ! Does this mean Baker is now expanding from their own board to take over HAL's board as well? Where will this end?
Re-Posted from Baker's Layoff site