Company still has pension plans for employees, they provide medical and dental, 401k plans is available, sick and vacation
Ok pension plan, reduced from past plans
Did and do not offer anything for student workers, I had a roth retirement fund at my previous job and the County did not want to transfer it over.
No out of pocket cost for employee paid benefits.
Good benefit with a lot of perks
Retirement benefits could be better.
The benefits offered by the County are standard for any established organization. I worked for a credit union and my benefits were better. With the County you have to go with Kaiser, because going with another provider would cost you too much. There’s no retirement matching.
Pension, 401a, 457b, FSA-type account options, EAP plan, they give you options on what to use employer-funded benefit credits on and what to optionally add like vision and dental. A few choices for which health plan you want. Many departments have union. Decent vacation and sick pay allotments, civil service code protection make it hard to lose your job so there is a lot of stability there. Lots of professional development offered that you can sign up for, and you get paid to attend it. Many work sites have gyms you can work out at for free, but some don't. The downside is there's virtually no work from home and many positions don't offer flexible hours at all. Another downside is that bonuses are pretty rare. Pay raises are usually pretty small but they are planned in advance with the contract, so at least you know what you're getting and can plan ahead.
retirement benefits, life insurance, health insurance, dental, vision, flex
good benefits but since retirement costs have gone up, higher contribution by employee
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.