A good number or vacation and sick leave.
Comprehensive benefits package: health, vision, dental, flexible spending account, life insurance, accident insurance, pet insurance, cancer insurance, 403(b) retirement which is the non-profit version of a 401k, vacation time accrues nicely, huge sick day bank, ten paid holidays off, limited overtime in special cases, flex hours in your 40 hour week, no weekends working (unless you are on call which is not frequent, though it is scheduled far in advance), and you get reimbursed for all mileage and tolls. Finally, child welfare social workers are eligible for an early termination of their federal student loans: if you make 120 continuous payments (ten years of not missing a payment) and you verify your employment as a public service employee each new year, the rest of the debt is FORGIVEN! So if you have a 20 year loan, your debt liability is cut in HALF! Very underrated benefit.
Health insurance has a very high deductible and before it can be used you have to pay $5,000 out of pocket.
Best: Comprehensive (Medical, Dental, Vision, 403(b), PTO), Company pays 50% of the cost for insurance. Worst: Each year more is paid out by employees to have insurance.
Great benefit package with many options to choose from. All automated.
You pay a lot out of your check for very little coverage. The benefits received competitive and provide little support to what you pay for them.
403b with company match of 50% up to 5%. 2 health plan choices including dental and vision. Good PTO that accrues quickly. Other perks including employee wellness incentives and plans.
Great work experience and good mix of clients and concerns. Worst thing was feelings of lacking of support from managment.
You don't start accumulating vacation time until after you have been working there for 6 months, which is frustrating.
Best is good health care and wellness programs at the office Worst is not enough vacation time
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