This website provides official information about Boeing pay and benefits programs for international locally-hired employees.
Boeing international employees are vital to the Company's future growth and success everywhere they live and work. Recognizing the value Boeing employees around the world bring to the Company, Boeing seeks to provide a competitive total pay and benefits package along with various well-being and educational opportunities to its locally-hired employees outside of the United States.
An employee is considered to be a locally-hired employee, if he/she is paid in local currency as a local resident of the country in which he/she works (regardless of citizenship or nationality) and employed by The Boeing Company, Boeing International Corporation (BIC), Boeing Operations International (BOI), or one of the subsidiaries below.
Locally-hired employees are eligible for local pay programs and applicable benefits that are usually quite different from country to country, but competitive within the local market. The total rewards package may include the following components:
- Pay and Incentives
- Pay for Time Not Worked
- Boeing Recognition Programs
- Health and Insurance Benefits
- Boeing Well-Being Programs
- International Employee Assistance Program
- Educational Benefits and Opportunities
General Pay & Benefits Information
General information listed below.
For country-specific Pay & Benefits information, please select a country from the drop-down below.
The pay and benefits information on this website applies to international locally-hired employees of The Boeing Company.
Note: The highlights below do not represent complete Boeing policy statements; the official policies, procedures, or plan documents should be consulted for complete information. In the event of a conflict between these highlights and the policies, procedures or plan documents, the text of those original documents will control in accordance with local laws. For employees covered by an individual employment contract or collective bargaining agreement, the applicable contract or agreement will take precedence over pay practice.
Every effort has been made to provide accurate information on this website, but in the event of a conflict between this overview and the official plan documents or policies, the terms of the plans and policies will control. The plans and policies are also subject to legal review requirements.
The Company intends to continue benefit plans; however, it reserves the right to change, modify, amend or discontinue them without prior notice, notwithstanding any person's acts, omissions or statement to the contrary in accordance with local laws.
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