Great health insurance and pension benefits. If you have accrued vacation time and decide to retire/resign, you'll receive pay until your time runs out.
Great benefits TDA, pension, transit benefit, flex spending and holidays are off
The co-pays are low in comparison to other health coverage.
Health insurance, pension, Union, PTO, city holidays, sick leave
Health Insurance and Time Off
Lots of options for medical benefits but expensive unless you pick their plan MetroPlus which doesnt have a good network of providers. The union benefits (dental, vision) are horrible.
Excellent Benefits in Long Term Care as Pension. They Offter 35% of the Best 3 years average salary after 20 years
Union benefits made up for the low pay. Accrued time was the most appreciated benefit. Generous PTO. Health insurance with the ability to buy supplemental coverage. Typical corporate discounts. Retirement, Pension, Annuity. (pay in- no matching). No flex-time. No flexible work arrangements without invasive Federal Forms. Poor work-life balance.
They give you 13 sick days a year. But if you call out sick for more than 2 times in 6 months. They will have to give you a warning.
It varies with hire-in date. If hired post 2016 or so, it is merely competitive with industry. Less vacation but if you can last the 10 years for vesting, there is a defined benefit plan.