Generous PTO, good healthcare but expensive for married couple with working spouse who is *offered* healthcare at their employer but great if single. Pension and 403B
They have low rates that you can afford for health insurance. It’s is taken out of your check every 2 weeks
You pay for most of your benefits
paid vacation time off is the best
Not sure what to compare it to, but benefits are pretty good. A somewhat weak 403b. Overly priced monthly charges for parking (when you can get it). No flex time.
The best thing is the retirement plan the worst thing is the 150.00 copay for the medical insurance
No 403b employer contribution, only choices-high deductible/low premium or low deductible/unaffordable premium healthcare, copays for everything, ridiculous cost to cover dependents. No option to cash in earned time, no ability to accrue more than 160 hours of earned time, all earned time is the same, no separation of sick/holiday/personal time. Once you have accrued 160 hours and it is not used, you stop accruing. Very difficult to use earned time.
The benefits were sorta bad...CDPHP. Grrat start for a very young and single person not so much for a family.
Horrible health insurance - you are limited to Albany Medical Center for hospitalization unless you want to pay exorbitant co-insurance rates. My child was not in Albany when he needed emergency surgery for a life-threatening condition, and the co-insurance was $1500 (our cost). The hospital was considered in-network. It would have been significantly less if it could have been done at Albany Medical Center.
The best thing is that monies can be deducted from your income prior to disbursement so that your not taxed on that amount.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.