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“Continue to see increasing copays and deductables.”
The increasing cost of medical insurance and copays.
Employer pays 100% for employee only 70/30 health plan. Sick and vacation days are offered and can accumulate. Employee discount of 10% can be used at the Barnes and Noble on site.
Low-Bid state benefits; typical. 'Salary' is good, but benefits are borderline 'bad'.
The automatic deduction to the state retirement system. Employees are vested after only 5 years.
Great benefits package, PTO, sick time, great medical, dents and vision.
The benefits package is typical for a state agency. The best benefit is the retirement package for those who can invest 30 years. The other benefit is the employee can take one free class per semester, and the state sometimes offers tuition assistance for advanced degrees, depending on the budget. Other benefits have been eroded by the state budget cuts.
Flexible schedule (depending upon your supervisor), wellness activities
Standard State Employee Package. Institution allows employees to take on class a semester free of charge. Human Resources is readily available to answer questions.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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