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UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Washington, D.C. 20549

FORM 8-K

CURRENT REPORT
Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of
the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported): April 3, 2018

VECTRUS, INC.

(Exact name of Registrant as specified in its charter)

Indiana
0001-36341
38-3924636
(State or other jurisdiction of incorporation of organization)
(Commission File Number)
(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

655 Space Center Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
(Address of principal executive offices) (Zip Code)

Registrant's telephone number, including area code: (719) 591-3600

Not Applicable
(Former name or former address, if changed since last report)


Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions:

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Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (§230.405 of this chapter) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (§240.12b-2 of this chapter).
Emerging growth company o

If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act. o





Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
(e)

Ms. Susan L. Deagle, Senior Vice President and Chief Growth Officer, and Mr. Kevin A. Leonard, Senior Vice President, Facility and Logistics Services, of Vectrus, Inc. (the “Company”) were identified as two of the named executive officers for 2017 in the Company’s 2018 Proxy Statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 3, 2018 in connection with the Company’s 2018 Annual Meeting of Shareholders. Therefore, the Company is filing this Current Report on Form 8-K pursuant to Item 5.02(e) to provide disclosure in connection with the compensatory arrangements with Ms. Deagle and Mr. Leonard.

Senior Vice President and Chief Growth Officer

On March 13, 2017, the Company and Ms. Deagle entered into an employment letter (the "Deagle Employment Letter") setting forth the terms and conditions of her employment as Senior Vice President and Chief Growth Officer of the Company. Ms. Deagle joined the Company on May 1, 2017. The material terms of the Deagle Employment Letter are set forth below.

1.
Compensation and Benefits.
a.
Annual Base Salary. Ms. Deagle’s initial base salary was $300,019.
b.
Cash Sign-on Payment. Ms. Deagle received a cash sign-on payment (for equity that she forfeited at her then-current employer) of $75,000, subject to repayment (net of taxes) if Ms. Deagle voluntarily terminates her employment within one year of her date of hire.
c.
2017 Target Annual Incentive. Ms. Deagle is eligible to participate in the Company’s Annual Incentive Plan with a target award of 50% of her annual base salary, starting in 2017. For 2017, the award was prorated based on the number of months worked in 2017.
d.
Long-Term Incentives. Ms. Deagle is eligible to participate in the Company's Long-Term Incentive Award Program, subject to approval of her awards by the Compensation and Personnel Committee (the “Compensation Committee”) of the Board of Directors. For 2017, she was recommended for a total target award of $250,000, comprised of 50% in the form of a cash target related to relative total shareholder return (subject to a three-year performance period beginning January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2019), 20% in non-qualified stock options and 30% in restricted stock units. The options and restricted stock units will vest in one-third installments on the first, second and third anniversaries of the grant date.
e.
Other Benefit Programs. Ms. Deagle is eligible to participate in the Company’s benefit plans that are applicable to other employees.

The foregoing description of the terms of the Deagle Employment Letter is not complete and is subject to and qualified in its entirety by the Deagle Employment Letter, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 10.1 and incorporated herein by reference.

Senior Vice President, Facility and Logistics Services

On March 9, 2017, the Company and Mr. Leonard entered into an employment letter (the "Leonard Employment Letter") setting forth the terms and conditions of his employment as Senior Vice President, Facility and Logistics Services of the Company. Mr. Leonard joined the Company on March 20, 2017. The material terms of the Leonard Employment Letter are set forth below.

1.
Compensation and Benefits.
a.
Annual Base Salary. Mr. Leonard’s initial base salary was $290,014.
b.
Cash Sign-on Payment. Mr. Leonard was eligible for, but was not paid, a cash sign-on payment of $10,000.
c.
2017 Target Annual Incentive. Mr. Leonard is eligible to participate in the Company’s Annual Incentive Plan with a target award of 50% of his annual base salary, starting in 2017. For 2017, the award was prorated based on the number of months worked in 2017.
d.
Long-Term Incentives. Mr. Leonard is eligible to participate in the Company's Long-Term Incentive Award Program, subject to approval of his awards by the Compensation Committee. For 2017, he was recommended for a total target award of $250,000, comprised of 50% in the form of a cash target related to relative total shareholder return (subject to a three-year performance period beginning January 1, 2017 through December





31, 2019), 20% in non-qualified stock options and 30% in restricted stock units. The options and restricted stock units will vest in one third-installments on the first, second and third anniversaries of the grant date.
e.
Relocation Benefits. Mr. Leonard was eligible for relocation benefits, pursuant to Company practice. These benefits include (i) one-month of settling in allowance equal to one month of base salary, grossed up for tax purposes, (ii) one house hunting trip for him and his spouse, including economy airfare, hotel, rental car and per diem, (iii) temporary accommodations for up to 90 days, including rental car and per diem for him and his spouse, and (a) economy airfare for him and his approved family to Colorado Springs, Colorado or (b) mileage and per diem, including lodging for him and his spouse to drive to Colorado Springs, Colorado, (iv) packing, shipping and unpacking of household goods and reimbursement for mileage, hotel, and per diem associated with driving one or more vehicles to Colorado Springs, Colorado, and (v) reimbursement for reasonable and customary closing costs and brokerage fees (limited to 6% of the sale price) on the sale of his home, grossed up for tax purposes.
f.
Other Benefit Programs. Mr. Leonard is eligible to participate in the Company’s benefit plans that are applicable to other employees.

The foregoing description of the terms of the Leonard Employment Letter is not complete and is subject to and qualified in its entirety by the Leonard Employment Letter, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 10.2 and incorporated herein by reference.

Mr. Leonard did not relocate to Colorado Springs. Subsequently, the Compensation Committee approved a housing allowance for Mr. Leonard of $1,300 per month, commencing in October, 2017.

Item 9.01. Financial Statements and Exhibits.

(d) Exhibits
 
Exhibit
No.
Description
 
 






























SIGNATURES
Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.
Date: April 3, 2018
VECTRUS, INC.
 
By:
/s/ Kathryn S. Lamping
 
Its:
Assistant Secretary


























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Section 2: EX-10.1 (EXHIBIT 10.1)

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Benefits at a Glance for Management Benefitted Employees Here’s a quick review of the total benefits offered to you as a Management Benefitted employee of Vectrus. BENEFIT . . . WHAT IT PROVIDES . . . Vectrus 401(k) Plan Income for Retirement Medical Plans Domestic and International Plans Health Savings Account Domestic for those participating in a Vectrus High Deductible Health Plan Tele-Health Benefit Domestic for those participating in a Vectrus medical plan Dental Plan Domestic and International Plans Vision Plan Domestic and International Plans Flexible Spending Account Plan (FSA) Option to pay for certain predictable health care or dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars Short Term Disability Plan Company paid disability income continuation for up to 25 weeks Long Term Disability Plan Voluntary disability plan to provide income continuation beyond 26 weeks Life Insurance Plan Life Insurance equal to one times your annual base pay Voluntary Life and Accident Insurance Plan Additional Life and Accident insurance for you and your family Employee Assistance Program This benefit provides an array of services for you and your immediate family to support your day to day life Business Travel Accident Plan Additional accident insurance for you when you travel for the Company Other Voluntary Plans Domestic and International employees are offered Other Voluntary plans: VOYA – Accident Insurance, Hospital Confinement Indemnity and Critical Illness. Paid Time Off (PTO) Time off with pay to use for personal, sick or vacation Holiday 12 paid Holidays per year


 
Following is a closer look at each of the plans. . . Your Benefits (Closer Up) Each of Vectrus benefit plans serves a unique purpose-whether it’s to provide comprehensive health care coverage, income for retirement, or simply time off with pay... Investment and Savings Plan - 401(k) These are some of the highlights: • You can contribute up to 70% (subject to IRS limitations) of your base pay to the plan - on a pre-tax and/or Roth post tax basis. Another option within the plan will allow you to contribute up to 25% (12% for identified Highly Compensated Employees) of your base pay in an after-tax source. If you are at least age 50, you can also elect to make catch-up contributions in accordance with IRS guidelines. • Vectrus offers a competitive match under the 401(k) plan. • You direct your contributions and Company contributions made on your behalf to one or more of the Prudential investment options. • You are immediately 100% vested in the Company monies. • You can change your own contribution amounts, reallocate your account balances, borrow from your account, or make withdrawals from your account while working for Vectrus. • The Plan accepts rollovers of account balances from another employer’s qualified pension or savings plan.


 
Medical Plans These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees are offered three medical plans through Cigna, OAP, 1500 High Deductible Health Plan and 2600 High Deductible Health Plan with a Health Savings Account options for the HDHP plans. International: • Employees are offered three medical plans through Cigna Global. OAP Management Plan, OAP Catastrophic Plan and the Short Term Abroad Plan (employee coverage only). Vectrus does require all international employees to elect one of the Vectrus medical plans. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Both Domestic and International employees share a portion of the cost of coverage with Vectrus. Domestic contributions are deducted from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis. Health Savings Account These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees are able to contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) if you are enrolled in one of the High Deductible Health Plans.  Health Savings Accounts (HSA’s) allows you to save pre-tax dollars to use for eligible medical, dental and vision out of pocket costs. These funds are never taxable if you use for eligible medical, dental and vision out of pocket costs.  HSA’s balance can rollover year after year. No use it or lose it rule.  It’s your medical 401(k) plan to assist with medical expenses in your retirement. International: • Employees are not eligible to participate. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


 
Tele-Health These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees participating in one of Vectrus’ medical plans are automatically enrolled in HealthiestYou.  24 x 7 Unlimited doctor access  Either $0 co-pay or $10 co-pay  Locate Providers  GEO based prescription search engine  Smart Phone applications; sync to your medical benefits real time  Shop and price procedures for comparison in your area  Scheduling and benefits eligibility International: • Employees are not eligible to participate. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Dental Plan These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees are offered a comprehensive dental plan through Cigna. International: • Employees are offered a comprehensive dental plan through Cigna Global. The plan provides coverage for the employee working internationally and dependent coverage regardless if they are with the employee or staying in the United States. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Both Domestic and International employees share a portion of the cost of coverage with Vectrus. Domestic contributions are deducted from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis.


 
Vision Plan These are some highlights: Domestic: • EyeMed provides two plans of coverage for eye exams, frames, lenses and contact lenses are covered, plus there is a discount for laser surgery. International: • Cigna Global medical plan provides vision coverage within the medical plan so the coverage is automatic when you elect your medical plan. Flexible Spending Account Plan (FSA) These are some highlights: • The FSA affords you the opportunity to use tax-free dollars to pay for many health care and dependent care expenses. • Medical Care annual limit is $2,600 with Dependent Care annual limit at $5,000 for 2017. • The Medical Care Spending Account lets you use money you have set aside to pay for health care expenses for you and your eligible dependents that aren’t paid for by other health plans. • The Dependent Care Spending Account lets you use money you have set aside to reimburse yourself for eligible dependent care expenses that are necessary in order for you to work and, if you are married, for your spouse either to work or be a full- time student, or if your spouse is totally disabled. • Allowable expenses are defined by IRS regulations and, if you do not use the money you have set aside for charges incurred in the plan year, you lose it. You must plan carefully. (For example, you must use money set aside in 2017 for charges incurred from January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017.) • Transit and Parking Pre-Tax Benefit lets you use pre-tax money to pay for qualified expenses. Transit allows $130 per month and $250 per month of parking.


 
Short Term Disability Plan (STD) These are some highlights: • You receive a portion of your regular pay if you’re disabled by a sickness or accident that is not covered by workers’ compensations benefits, offset by state disability benefits, where applicable. • The amount you receive depends on your years of service. • Benefits can continue for a maximum of 25 weeks. • Vectrus pays the full cost of coverage. Long Term Disability Plan (LTD) These are some highlights: • LTD is an employee elective plan. LTD will generally pick up where Short Term Disability benefits end (typically, after 26 weeks of disability) if elected. • Benefits can continue for as long as you remain disabled under the terms of the Plan up until you reach age 65. • You pay the full cost of coverage through automatic payroll deductions. • If you qualify, you receive up to 60% of your base pay (to a maximum benefit of $15,500 per month), offset by any Social Security Disability benefits received by you or your family on your behalf.


 
Basic Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plan These are some highlights: • Your coverage is equal to one times your annual base pay, rounded to the next higher $1,000 if not already an even $1,000 multiple. • Vectrus pays the full cost of coverage. • Your coverage automatically includes Basic Life at 1 x annual base pay and 1 x annual base pay for Basic AD&D (Accidental Death and Dismemberment) coverage. Voluntary Life Insurance Plan These are some highlights: • Domestic and International employees are offered Voluntary Life Insurance plans that allow for employee coverage as well as spouse and child(ren) coverage. • You pay the full cost of coverage through automatic payroll deductions. Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plan These are some highlights: • The Plan is completely voluntary. It provides 24-hour, year-round coverage for you (or your dependent) if you die or are severely injured* - whether or not you’re conducting Vectrus business. *See plan document for War Risk Exclusions* • In general, you can select coverage from amounts of $10,000 to $500,000 in multiples of $10,000. • You can also select coverage for your spouse and children. • You pay the full cost of coverage through automatic payroll deductions.


 
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) These are some highlights: • Domestic and International employees have EAP coverage. • Coverage is 24/7 for employees and household members and dependents that you financially support. • Face to Face visits with a counselor • Day to Day support o Relationship issues o Debt Management o Legal Concerns o Behavioral problems o Stress o Grief o Trauma Business Travel Accident Plan These are some highlights: • Coverage is automatic. The Business Travel Accident Plan pays benefits to you (or your beneficiary) if you die or are severely injured while on Vectrus business anywhere in the world. • Vectrus pays the full cost of this coverage. Other Voluntary Plans VOYA – Accident Insurance • This plan is designed to pay you the benefit for specific injuries and events resulting from a covered accident. The amount paid depends on the type of injury and care received. You may have the option to elect insurance to meet your needs. VOYA – Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance • This plan is designed to pay a daily benefit if you have a covered stay in a hospital, critical care unit or rehabilitation facility.


 
VOYA – Critical Illness • This plan is designed to pay for the following illnesses and conditions: o Base Module  Heart Attach  Stroke  Coronary artery bypasses (25%)  Coma  Major organ failure  Permanent paralysis  End Stage renal (kidney) failure o Cancer Module  Cancer  Carcinoma in situ (25%)  Skin Cancer (10%) Paid Time Off/Vacation Vectrus Domestic employees are entitled to an accrual of annual Paid Time Off, which is determined by one’s years of employment with the Company. Vectrus International employees will follow the contracts provision for PTO or Vacation/Sick benefits. Holidays The Holiday schedule may vary by location. Management Benefitted employees recognize 12 paid holidays per year. Important Note: As provided in all Vectrus benefit plans, the terms and conditions of the plan documents will govern, and while Vectrus expects to continue the plan or plans indefinitely, it reserves the right to change or discontinue the plan or plans at any time for some or all participants. 3/2017


 
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Section 3: EX-10.2 (EXHIBIT 10.2)

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Page | 1 March 8, 2017 Mr. Kevin A. Leonard 2250 Clarendon Blvd, Apt 1424 Arlington, VA 22201 Dear Kevin: I am pleased to confirm our offer of employment with Vectrus, Inc. for the position of Senior Vice President, Facility and Logistics Services. This is a salaried, exempt position reporting to Charles L. Prow, President & Chief Executive Officer, Vectrus, Inc., based at our offices in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Your hours in this position may fluctuate, and each weekly portion of your annual salary will compensate you for work during that week. Your annual salary will be $290,014.40. You will also receive 21 days of Paid Time Off (PTO) annually – accrued over the course of the year on a bi-weekly basis. Your annual PTO benefit is valued at $23,424.24. Your date of hire will be a mutually agreeable date. You will be nominated for election by the Vectrus Board of Directors as a Senior Vice President of Vectrus, Inc. commensurate with your date of hire. As Senior Vice President, you will be a Section 16 filer, subject to share ownership guidelines and will be an insider for purposes of trading in Vectrus stock. In addition to your salary, as an executive of Vectrus, Inc., you will be eligible for participation in the Vectrus, Inc. Annual Incentive Plan (bonus) with a target award of 50% of your annual base salary. Bonus awards are discretionary, ranging from zero to 200% of target and are based on company and individual performance. For 2017, you will be eligible for pro-rata bonus consideration based on the number of months you work during 2017. Awards are generally paid during the first quarter following the end of the applicable performance year. You will also be eligible to participate in the Vectrus Long-Term Incentive Award Program. These awards are generally recommended for approval by the Compensation and Personnel Committee of the Vectrus Board of Directors during


 
Page | 2 the first quarter of each calendar year. For 2017, you will be recommended for a total award of $250,000 to be granted following your start date, subject to approval by the Compensation and Personnel Committee. Your award will be granted 50% in the form of a cash target related to relative total shareholder return over a three- year performance period; thirty percent (30%) in the form of restricted stock units that will vest in one-third instalments on the first, second and third anniversaries of the grant date; and twenty percent (20%) in the form of nonqualified stock options that vest in one-third cumulative instalments on the first, second and third anniversaries of the grant date. You will be eligible to receive a sign-on payment of up to $10,000 for the reimbursement you are required to pay back to your current employer for relocation. Relocation: Kevin, you will also be eligible for relocation to the Colorado Springs area, pursuant to company practice. You are requested to sign and return the attached "Reimbursement Agreement for Relocation Expenses" form which stipulates that you must remain with Vectrus for one (1) full year to avoid repayment of the Vectrus relocation costs. Your relocation benefits will include:  One-month of settling in allowance (equal to one month of base salary) grossed up for tax purposes as allowed by IRS regulations. This allowance is intended to defray one time costs for such things as replacement of curtains or carpet in your new residence, utility hook ups, vehicle registration and the like. Receipts are required for reimbursement.  One house hunting trip for you and your spouse to include economy roundtrip airfare, hotel, rental car and per diem.  Temporary accommodations (lodging) for up to 90 days including rental car and per diem for you and your spouse. Economy class airfare for you and your approved family from point of recruitment or home of record to Colorado Springs, Colorado, OR Mileage and per diem (JTR rate), including lodging, for you and your spouse to drive to Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Packing, shipping and unpacking of your household goods for your move to Colorado. Reimbursement for mileage, hotel, per diem associated with driving one or more personal vehicles to Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Reimbursement for reasonable and customary closing costs and brokerage fees (limited to 6% of the sale price) on the sale of your home, grossed up for tax purposes.


 
Page | 3  Reimbursement for reasonable and customary closing costs (excluding points) on the purchase of a home in Colorado, grossed up for tax purposes. Benefits Program: A summary of our current benefits program is attached. If you are applying for family coverage under the Management Benefitted Medical, Dental and Vision Plans, it is required that, on your start date, you furnish a marriage certificate (if applicable), and the birth certificate of each dependent being covered.  Vectrus 401(k) Plan  Medical Plan/ Dental Plan/ Vision Plan  Tele-Health Plan  Health Savings Account  Basic Life & Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plans  Short-Term Disability  Long-Term Disability  Flexible Spending Accounts  Voluntary Life & Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plans  Other voluntary plans For questions regarding all benefits, you may contact Ms. Tracy Hanavan at 719- 637-5828. She will be glad to discuss any questions you might have regarding employee benefits. I will also be available to meet with you to review all of the benefit materials in detail. In order to comply with the Immigration Control Reform Act of 1986, each employee must complete the enclosed I-9 Form verifying employment eligibility. You should bring with you on the first day of work an original birth certificate or other document as specified in the enclosed information sheet as to proof of U.S. citizenship. This offer of employment is contingent upon completion of the I-9 Form and providing required documentation.


 


 
Benefits at a Glance for Management Benefitted Employees Here’s a quick review of the total benefits offered to you as a Management Benefitted employee of Vectrus. BENEFIT . . . WHAT IT PROVIDES . . . Vectrus 401(k) Plan Income for Retirement Medical Plans Domestic and International Plans Health Savings Account Domestic for those participating in a Vectrus High Deductible Health Plan Tele-Health Benefit Domestic for those participating in a Vectrus medical plan Dental Plan Domestic and International Plans Vision Plan Domestic and International Plans Flexible Spending Account Plan (FSA) Option to pay for certain predictable health care or dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars Short Term Disability Plan Company paid disability income continuation for up to 25 weeks Long Term Disability Plan Voluntary disability plan to provide income continuation beyond 26 weeks Life Insurance Plan Life Insurance equal to one times your annual base pay Voluntary Life and Accident Insurance Plan Additional Life and Accident insurance for you and your family Employee Assistance Program This benefit provides an array of services for you and your immediate family to support your day to day life Business Travel Accident Plan Additional accident insurance for you when you travel for the Company Other Voluntary Plans Domestic and International employees are offered Other Voluntary plans: VOYA – Accident Insurance, Hospital Confinement Indemnity and Critical Illness. Paid Time Off (PTO) Time off with pay to use for personal, sick or vacation Holiday 12 paid Holidays per year


 
Following is a closer look at each of the plans. . . Your Benefits (Closer Up) Each of Vectrus benefit plans serves a unique purpose-whether it’s to provide comprehensive health care coverage, income for retirement, or simply time off with pay... Investment and Savings Plan - 401(k) These are some of the highlights: • You can contribute up to 70% (subject to IRS limitations) of your base pay to the plan - on a pre-tax and/or Roth post tax basis. Another option within the plan will allow you to contribute up to 25% (12% for identified Highly Compensated Employees) of your base pay in an after-tax source. If you are at least age 50, you can also elect to make catch-up contributions in accordance with IRS guidelines. • Vectrus offers a competitive match under the 401(k) plan. • You direct your contributions and Company contributions made on your behalf to one or more of the Prudential investment options. • You are immediately 100% vested in the Company monies. • You can change your own contribution amounts, reallocate your account balances, borrow from your account, or make withdrawals from your account while working for Vectrus. • The Plan accepts rollovers of account balances from another employer’s qualified pension or savings plan.


 
Medical Plans These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees are offered three medical plans through Cigna, OAP, 1500 High Deductible Health Plan and 2600 High Deductible Health Plan with a Health Savings Account options for the HDHP plans. International: • Employees are offered three medical plans through Cigna Global. OAP Management Plan, OAP Catastrophic Plan and the Short Term Abroad Plan (employee coverage only). Vectrus does require all international employees to elect one of the Vectrus medical plans. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Both Domestic and International employees share a portion of the cost of coverage with Vectrus. Domestic contributions are deducted from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis. Health Savings Account These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees are able to contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) if you are enrolled in one of the High Deductible Health Plans.  Health Savings Accounts (HSA’s) allows you to save pre-tax dollars to use for eligible medical, dental and vision out of pocket costs. These funds are never taxable if you use for eligible medical, dental and vision out of pocket costs.  HSA’s balance can rollover year after year. No use it or lose it rule.  It’s your medical 401(k) plan to assist with medical expenses in your retirement. International: • Employees are not eligible to participate. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


 
Tele-Health These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees participating in one of Vectrus’ medical plans are automatically enrolled in HealthiestYou.  24 x 7 Unlimited doctor access  Either $0 co-pay or $10 co-pay  Locate Providers  GEO based prescription search engine  Smart Phone applications; sync to your medical benefits real time  Shop and price procedures for comparison in your area  Scheduling and benefits eligibility International: • Employees are not eligible to participate. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Dental Plan These are some highlights: Domestic: • Employees are offered a comprehensive dental plan through Cigna. International: • Employees are offered a comprehensive dental plan through Cigna Global. The plan provides coverage for the employee working internationally and dependent coverage regardless if they are with the employee or staying in the United States. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Both Domestic and International employees share a portion of the cost of coverage with Vectrus. Domestic contributions are deducted from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis.


 
Vision Plan These are some highlights: Domestic: • EyeMed provides two plans of coverage for eye exams, frames, lenses and contact lenses are covered, plus there is a discount for laser surgery. International: • Cigna Global medical plan provides vision coverage within the medical plan so the coverage is automatic when you elect your medical plan. Flexible Spending Account Plan (FSA) These are some highlights: • The FSA affords you the opportunity to use tax-free dollars to pay for many health care and dependent care expenses. • Medical Care annual limit is $2,600 with Dependent Care annual limit at $5,000 for 2017. • The Medical Care Spending Account lets you use money you have set aside to pay for health care expenses for you and your eligible dependents that aren’t paid for by other health plans. • The Dependent Care Spending Account lets you use money you have set aside to reimburse yourself for eligible dependent care expenses that are necessary in order for you to work and, if you are married, for your spouse either to work or be a full- time student, or if your spouse is totally disabled. • Allowable expenses are defined by IRS regulations and, if you do not use the money you have set aside for charges incurred in the plan year, you lose it. You must plan carefully. (For example, you must use money set aside in 2017 for charges incurred from January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017.) • Transit and Parking Pre-Tax Benefit lets you use pre-tax money to pay for qualified expenses. Transit allows $130 per month and $250 per month of parking.


 
Short Term Disability Plan (STD) These are some highlights: • You receive a portion of your regular pay if you’re disabled by a sickness or accident that is not covered by workers’ compensations benefits, offset by state disability benefits, where applicable. • The amount you receive depends on your years of service. • Benefits can continue for a maximum of 25 weeks. • Vectrus pays the full cost of coverage. Long Term Disability Plan (LTD) These are some highlights: • LTD is an employee elective plan. LTD will generally pick up where Short Term Disability benefits end (typically, after 26 weeks of disability) if elected. • Benefits can continue for as long as you remain disabled under the terms of the Plan up until you reach age 65. • You pay the full cost of coverage through automatic payroll deductions. • If you qualify, you receive up to 60% of your base pay (to a maximum benefit of $15,500 per month), offset by any Social Security Disability benefits received by you or your family on your behalf.


 
Basic Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plan These are some highlights: • Your coverage is equal to one times your annual base pay, rounded to the next higher $1,000 if not already an even $1,000 multiple. • Vectrus pays the full cost of coverage. • Your coverage automatically includes Basic Life at 1 x annual base pay and 1 x annual base pay for Basic AD&D (Accidental Death and Dismemberment) coverage. Voluntary Life Insurance Plan These are some highlights: • Domestic and International employees are offered Voluntary Life Insurance plans that allow for employee coverage as well as spouse and child(ren) coverage. • You pay the full cost of coverage through automatic payroll deductions. Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plan These are some highlights: • The Plan is completely voluntary. It provides 24-hour, year-round coverage for you (or your dependent) if you die or are severely injured* - whether or not you’re conducting Vectrus business. *See plan document for War Risk Exclusions* • In general, you can select coverage from amounts of $10,000 to $500,000 in multiples of $10,000. • You can also select coverage for your spouse and children. • You pay the full cost of coverage through automatic payroll deductions.


 
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) These are some highlights: • Domestic and International employees have EAP coverage. • Coverage is 24/7 for employees and household members and dependents that you financially support. • Face to Face visits with a counselor • Day to Day support o Relationship issues o Debt Management o Legal Concerns o Behavioral problems o Stress o Grief o Trauma Business Travel Accident Plan These are some highlights: • Coverage is automatic. The Business Travel Accident Plan pays benefits to you (or your beneficiary) if you die or are severely injured while on Vectrus business anywhere in the world. • Vectrus pays the full cost of this coverage. Other Voluntary Plans VOYA – Accident Insurance • This plan is designed to pay you the benefit for specific injuries and events resulting from a covered accident. The amount paid depends on the type of injury and care received. You may have the option to elect insurance to meet your needs. VOYA – Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance • This plan is designed to pay a daily benefit if you have a covered stay in a hospital, critical care unit or rehabilitation facility.


 
VOYA – Critical Illness • This plan is designed to pay for the following illnesses and conditions: o Base Module  Heart Attach  Stroke  Coronary artery bypasses (25%)  Coma  Major organ failure  Permanent paralysis  End Stage renal (kidney) failure o Cancer Module  Cancer  Carcinoma in situ (25%)  Skin Cancer (10%) Paid Time Off/Vacation Vectrus Domestic employees are entitled to an accrual of annual Paid Time Off, which is determined by one’s years of employment with the Company. Vectrus International employees will follow the contracts provision for PTO or Vacation/Sick benefits. Holidays The Holiday schedule may vary by location. Management Benefitted employees recognize 12 paid holidays per year. Important Note: As provided in all Vectrus benefit plans, the terms and conditions of the plan documents will govern, and while Vectrus expects to continue the plan or plans indefinitely, it reserves the right to change or discontinue the plan or plans at any time for some or all participants. 3/2017


 
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