Their benefits package is pretty awesome. They have a pension which is almost unheard of these days. In addition to a 5% 401(k) match. They have good pto, sick time, disability, life insurance, health insurance and they even help with childcare expenses, parking expenses and metro expenses.. The worst thing is that they don't have a good salary increase program.
Pension and health benefits--when I was employed--were awesome, but I understand the organization has dramatically cut those benefits due to financial issues.
Wonderful matching 401k, individual and family health, pension plan, dental, paid time off, assistance programs,and vision
The benefits are generous but are bring scaled back on an ongoing basis. The concern for employee well-being is definitely taking more of a back burner
Everyone gets a high-deductible health insurance plan with FSA, HSA, and HRA options. NRECA makes a yearly $2500 contribution to employees' HSA accounts. Newly upgraded vision plan, good dental plan, and access to telemedicine providers. For retirement, 6% match to your 401(k), defined benefit pension based on salary and years of service. Additionally, most federal holidays are observed, and PTO is decent, with increasing PTO days as your tenure increases. What else? A focus on community service, the opportunity to travel (varies by department), $10k/year tuition contributions, and more.
The offer decent heath, vision, prescription, bta. hdhp, hsa, fsa and all the other typical benefits. Nothing to write home about. They have gradually decreased benefits over the years.
There was no benefits package.
NRECA has great health insurance, employer funded retirement, 401K with an employer match, most government holidays, generous PTO, etc. NRECA has all the bells and whistles when it comes to their benefits package!
Excellent Benefits including 100% employer-funded defined benefits plan! They also provide personal investment and retirement counseling to their employees anf families.
Very comprehensive. A pension plan! Who has that anymore? Very generous medical benefits. Some of the various benefits seem complicated.
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