They got rid of pension in 2012 and went to a match 401k plan. Health insurance benefits have been eroding every couple years.
worst part about the job is the short term incentive program and the ability of the supervisor to manipulate the bonus and raise awards in a retaliatory manner without cross-check and skip-level review. The pay is good, there is a pension, there is good 401k matching, paid vacation is good
Good coverage. Most employees mentioned that the company has a very well benefit package.
Medical is competitive with PERS. On-site medical and wellness available in at least two major locations. Annual incentives are generous.
Sick Time off policies recently changed
The pension, although modified, is still a great perk.
Company pays a large portion of the cost of the medical package, offers a flexible 401K with a decent match (50% up to 6%).
PG&E has a wonderful benefits package: 401K matching, great healthcare, employee resource groups, excellent baby bonding, annual and long-term incentive plans (bonus), great retirement package, commuter benefits.
PG&E offers excellent health coverage and matching for 401k. also advocates welleness and promotes yearly health screenings.
Best thing thing was hourly pay. Worst thing is no notice before furlough. Threatened when asking for unpaid time off, political finger pointing when issues or issues appear. No advocacy from leadership, no training or assistance to trying to resolve problems.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.