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.
vacation time is low. the cost of living in california is high, and salary is already under.
401k, good PTO and sick leave policy.
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.
Great 3 weeks off for starting management employees, great choice of benefits. They even offer financial guidance and therapy for 6 sessions.
PG&E offers the best benefits package I have experienced so far in my career. Almost all of my medical, dental and vision was covered for my child and my domestic partner. Yearly health spending account is awarded to cover copay costs. FSA program offered as well. 401K and pension which is rare. Vacation and sick days for yourself and for sick relative.
Excellent medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K match and pension. Disability support provided. Good paid vacation time and generous sick leaves.
401K, Health Insurance: Two Available Options, Charity Donation Matching. One of the top benefits package for families.
401k with 75% match up to 8%. Old pension doesn't exist anymore, new hires get a cash out plan. Health benefits are affordable and decent. Anthem has a separate prescription insurance, with its own $1000 deductible, and does not cover much even when you hit that deductible. HSA is good, company gives you $2500 if you reach all health goals.
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