Employees are the most valuable asset of any institution. At the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, we offer one of the most progressive and generous benefits packages in the country. Our benefits are designed to enhance our employees’ well-being, support their needs, and achieve their goals. We generously match employee retirement contributions, have flexible time off, and offer many others benefits including pre-tax commuting, health and wellness programs, tuition reimbursement, a state-of-the-art gym and a host of employee assistance programs.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is committed to providing a total rewards package that supports and reflects the diversity of our employees and their family members including their spouse (whether opposite or same sex), domestic partner and their children.
Additionally, we are committed to our community and the environment and participate in socially responsible initiatives, educational programs and community outreach activities.
Best: Healthcare, pension, 401k, PTO, paid sick time, paid volunteer time off, parental leave, life insurance Worst: restricted investment options
15 days vacation after joining plus floating holidays and sick leaves
Extremely generous benefits. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is committed to improving benefits for its employees.
Really great company perks, including health insurance, 401k and three weeks of paid vacation.
I have no complaints about the benefits. I thought they were very good.
Great 401k match, decent vacation time, no work from home availability
Great benefits. They have great health and dental insurance. They have a 401K plan with 6% matching. You get a pension as well.
After one year of working at the Fed (full time) they will pay up to $10k a year. They will also pay $5k per year for undergrad or related education.
The best benefits you can ask for and unseen in private sector.
Good benefits package, no stock options, no sabbatical, flexibility for employees working from home depending on which department you work for.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.