great benefits, healthcare, retirement and dental. Paid time off that is accrued with time on the job. Paid sick time as well.
You get a pension but the healthcare is not as good as it use to be. You get a lot of time off after three years
After 3 years, you earn more time off
The best benefit was the pension and alternate work schedule.
good health insurance and pension
Generous But now costly. Used to fee
The best thing about my benefits package is the retirement package. Although this has changed for those hired more recently, I believe it is still an exceptional plan. The benefits offered to those in the public sector are always highly criticized and under constant scrutiny for being a burden on taxpayers.
Depending on seniority the medical benefits contribution from employee ranges from 1.5% to 3%. Salaries are increased approx. 1% to 2.5% based on union contract terms. Medical, dental, eye exams, set amount toward glasses. Depending on location there can be commuter benefits. PTO increases approx every 5 years. At 16 years I had 20 days PTO and 11 sick days. Pension contribution is not matched but there is a decent pension based on salary at time of retirement.
Medical insurance gets worse every bargaining period as Tom Wolf takes more and more away from state workers. Vacation time is there, but if you take off your work load turns into a disaster when you get back.
Good health insurance. Good retirement package. Lots of days off. Went in to private sector and don't have anything even close.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.