For permanent employees the benefits are good. This is strictly for a seasonal job where only minimal benefits are offered. If you are a returning seasonal employee, you also get an annual bump in pay added to your hourly; it think it's around an added 5% per year you return.
healthy package. good accrual of time of. good health care. depending on where you work, reasonable ease-of-work around life.
The City offers good benefits, including health insurance, paid time off, and retirement. They have a fantastic PPL & PFL benefits but they do not extend those to siblings which is harmful to families who do not have parents or spouses.
Pension, 403b (same as 401k), free vision and dental, small fee for health insurance, most jobs are union, 12 week maternity and parental leave, employee to employee sick leave donations for serious medical conditions
Multiple health insurance options, free dental and vision, great retirement option
There is a pension here which in some cases you can opt whether or not to join. The time off benefit is generous. There is no matching for the 401k. Health insurance is probably no better or worse than the average of what you can find out there
Great benefits no matter where you work, but different sections have different benefits depending on what their guild has negotiated.
The city has great benefits for their employees. Luckily, my husband works for the City of Seattle as well, so we enjoy the benefits of a great package which gives us peace of mind.
Free Orca pass, paid sick leave
The retirement, vacation, sick time and time off benefits are amazing.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.