Not bad for a contractor company
Engineering (Former Employee) – Indiana – April 3, 2017
Pay and benefits are fine for a contracting type of job. You'd be better off somewhere else as a direct hire unless you are planning to become a direct hire at the company you're contracted at. There's no type of severance package if you get laid off from the contracted company. If you're lucky, you'll get a week or two of notice. From my experience, you only get about 70% of what RFA bills their clients (i.e. RFA bills company $70,000 a year for the work you do. You would get about $50,000). That $20,000 goes towards PTO, holiday pay, your mediocre health plan, etc.. Bottom line, don't work as contract employee unless it is your only option.
Two companies s are making money off of you instead of one, 401k plan isn't good and health benefits are mediocre