Skyline employees who join the company from an incumbent contractor company (not government employees) will usually receive a “grandfathered” anniversary date for purposes of vacation and sick leave earnings. The employee will be required to provide documentation (e.g. pay voucher or timesheet) from the incumbent company to establish the grandfathered hire date.
Because Skyline values the importance of military service as a Reservist, National Guard member, or otherwise, the company will pay the difference in the employee salary and military compensation for up to 30 days per year; the period may be extended for special circumstances.
The following benefits are available with Skyline.
Skyline employees who are considered full-time, are eligible for health care insurance benefits, including: medical, dental and a vision discount for employees. Coverage is also available for their spouses, and their dependents at an additional cost. In addition Skyline offers short-term disability and a life insurance plan for qualified employees. All benefit deductions are taken from the employee gross pay (pretax).
Positive Work Environment: The Skyline work environment is designed to give employees the opportunity to grow, contribute, and participate, free from discrimination.
Retirement: A 401(k) plan available to Skyline employees.
After 1 year with the company, employees may claim reimbursement for “out-of-pocket” tuition costs for job-related or accredited degree training up to one-thousand ($1,000) per year or a total reimbursement not to exceed five-thousand ($5,000) per employee for life.
Great employees are often the best way to find other great employees, so we pay for referrals. Employees can earn up to $500 for referring friends who are hired for Skyline positions. There is no limit to how many times an employee can collect a referral bonus!
Sick Time/Bereavement; Pentagon Federal Credit Union; Company Referred Travel Agency.