Retirement benefits are amazing. Rolling sick days are not so great.
Their top-ring health insurance plan is as good as it gets in terms of health insurance. Retirement benefits are outstanding. They offer a generous traditional pension, with a portable carry option, and also a 401(k). They automatically put 1% of your salary into your 401(k). On top of that, they match $1-for-$1 up to 6% of salary. They offer a full array of other benefits.
The benefits offered by the Federal Reserve Banks are unmatched and will most likely be the reason you never leave. On top of the standard Vision, Dental, Medical offered, there is maternity/paternity/adoption leave as well as military leave available. Work from home and flexibility are prioritized amongst most departments, 401K plan with a 6% match (plus they automatically throw in 1% whether you're contributing or not). Jobs start at 15 days Vacation PLUS another 8 days of paid sick time. End of year performance bonuses are steady, as are the salary increases at the same time. There is a gym on-site, subsidized food prices in the cafeteria, Bank provided cell phones assuming you are in a role that requires one. There are TONS of on the job training and personal/professional growth opportunities, Legal counsel available, etc. Nobody here really complains about the benefits!
Health Insurance and 401K is good.
Pension plan and 401k choices are great
401k with up to 6% company match and pension.
Vacation is not negotiable when starting. Pension and 401k are excellent.
EXCELLENT health and dental - including options. GREAT vacation - 3 weeks to start with and all bank holidays off. Can work from home 1-4 days a month. Pay for continuing education for PMI. Pension plan - PLUS matching 401k plan - all other you can think about from life, STD, LTD, vision, legal, etc. etc. etc.
Great insurance, pension plan, 7% match on 401k, onsite gym
The health insurance had a low premium and the copays for office visit fees were very low.
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