As a government agency overall their benefits are good. Pre-COVID19: The telework policy could be better where someone could work remotely full-time without having to report to the office once a pay period. If you’re going to have this once-a pay period policy in place, it should apply to everyone. There are employees without a medical justification who don’t come in the office at all.
Paid time off and sick leave
Unclear guidelines on tuition fee assistance
The best thing is the flexibility in schedule
Retirement benefits include a pension annuity in addition to a 401(k) (with matching up to 5%). Good paid sick leave and vacation time in addition to paid federal holidays. A variety of health, dental, and vision insurance options.
Good health insurance options and flexible work schedules
Great health benefits offered by employer.
Comprehensive coverage, flexible working days and work from home
You can earn lots of time off, and its accumulates well. You also have a federal holidays off. The benefits and retirement plans are unlike any other company. Its a great place to get affordable healthcare and good savings on your retirement.
Worst thing is that you (me, this is/was) have to get sick in order to fully appreciate the benefits package.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.