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There is really not much of a benefits package. The health care is very expensive with a small company contribution.
Not many benefits other than vacation and generous sick time
Benefits are not equal across the company. It depends on if you are in a union or not in addition to if you are "grandfathered in" and have a pension. Cost of insurance can be VERY high for some, not great vacation time, and no 401K matching. No work from home.
Not really much of a benefits package - company contributes only a small amount for health care.
The tradeoff is holiday shifts must be covered, but you get a paid holiday for your birthday, and after 2 years of employment the vacation kicks from 2 weeks to 4.
Astronomically expensive health insurance. No match on 401k. Tiny, tiny pension. Pretty good long-term leave benefits. Average holidays and vacation.
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