You accrue sick leave and vacation leave each pay period and once a year they give you 30 hours of personal time to be taken in hourly increments! It builds up pretty fast but you cant use your vacation time until you pass a 6 month probation
The benefits at the City of El Paso were amazing before the Trump Mania. Once the red wave officially hit El Paso, benefits were quite literally crippled to expensive deductibles, issues with short-staffing, etc etc
Best thing is that there’s a 401k bad part is that the health insurance is outrageous for a family when their pay is so low
High deductible, lack of coverage, the price you pay to be insured. Dental insurance is practically nothing along with vision.
Very expensive Health Insurance, with poor options and a poor administrator (Aetna). the city is self insured which translates to expensive care, high deductibles and little choice. The pension plan is good, but a large amount is taken from your paycheck. Vacation accrual is a bit slow, but not terrible. Sick time policy is somewhat harsh
Can't really say. As a part time employee as with many other places, not many benefits were offered other than being flexible with scheduling.
401k is good but their insurance goes up each year. Almost as if I'm working just for insurance.
City of El Paso was a great place to work, the medical benefits were good, and they offered a retirement savings plan, that added up very quickly. Vacation/paid time off was fair and so was sick leave. I had a longer period of recovery from surgery and did not have a problem getting the necessary time off, and they were very accommodating with giving me light duty when I returned. Overall the City of El Paso is a great employer and takes care of their employees.
Good compared to other benefit packages.
The health insurance was handled by Aetna and it was great. Low co-pays, they paid for my sons birth.
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