A very limited choice of insurances. If you want low copay you definitely will get poor service with the insurance network options.
The best thing about the benefits package is it is PERS. Great retirement, great medical insurance, ok PTO that builds over time
Our PERS is stolen by the legislators and it continues to drop. When I retire there will be not money available to me
Amazing health insurance benefits that are very affordable. They are actually better than most other government job benefits but its essential that they offer this since the pay is kinda lousy.
As a PSW you get no benefits. No insurance, PTO, or retirement. The flexibility in hours is great, but you sacrifice the potential for a career job. I recommend this job for a college student or part-time worker, not someone who is trying to support a family.
A significant amount of time off.
The best thing is that it keeps you from having to pay the fine for not having health insurance. The worst thing is that the people on the other side of the counter have better health insurance than you do and they don't have to pay or work for it.
the best is having vacation and time off. the pay is ok no the greatest when compared to private.
Decent insurance with several plan options and good information about the plans.
The health care is cheap as far as employee contributions but don't choose the least expensive one because you'll pay more in co-pays than you would by paying the extra 15$ a month.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.