Great overall benefits package. Pension contribution is higher than other government agencies.
It is pretty good overall
Medical Insurance is sub par, vision is ok
Civilians are required to contribute 14% of their income to their pension plan each paycheck--that's a lot higher than most other cities.
13.3% immediately goes to retirement.
Best part of benefits package is retirement. Offer .275% x years with city x top salary averaged over 3 years. Potentially can max it out with 34 years of service. Vested in 5 years. Worst is the health insurance. Insurance has such a high deductible that for most employees everything is paid out of pocket, so it is like not having insurance at all.
Benefits are horrible, 75/25 split on the expensive insurance, better and cheaper to go out on the open market for a family. However, the vision insurance is the best I have ever seen. $20 copay total for exam and glasses
The 401k was the best
best thing retirement plan, no perks, just basics things
Changed often but they give you multiple changes to gain credits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.