The only thing that is somewhat annoying is the money taken each and every pay for retirement..its a necessary evil, but that extra $100 or so (depending upon your actual salary) can sometimes mean the difference between making your bills or putting something off. And the way that Open Enrollment is done; if you do not speak with a counselor, you may miss something like Short Term Disability information.
Married couples pay 20 times more in premiums than single people
Excellent health care coverage is provided to full-time employess.
Good health insurance including vision and dental.
Health insurance, time-off policy, and work life balance are outstanding.
Very good benefits. Employee has to contribute but its very minimal for a good benefits package.
The best thing about the benefits package is that it includes all medical, life insurance, and matching retirement funds. The worst thing is trying to find out who holds your life insurance, or making any changes to it, working with HR is miserable. It seems like everyone in HR is miserable at their job too because their bosses are making their lives miserable.
The benefit package at Columbus Schools was very good.
Excellent, comprehensive benefits (2-3 medical plans; dental; vision; FSA; life) at a fairly low cost to employees. Also provide pension through STRS or SERS. Strong time off package too.
Low employee cost for highly above average benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.