Pretty solid benefits relative to other companies
Employee stock purchase option, 401k contributions, time off was decent
company 401k contribution is very generous and the free TriMet pass is great. PTO doesn't match up with other companies in town until you have 10+ years tenure, which doesn't reflect the current job market
I am a contractor so I get none...
One of the best benefit package available, that is why people retire from this company. 10% 401k match . 4-5 weeks of PTO which includes holidays. Increases by 1 week every 5 years. Gives trimet passes. Great health insurance. 25% discount on electric bill. Unlimited sick days. Cons : No downtown parking available for free.
They give so much I don't know how they can afford to keep us! most generous company i've ever worked for. its good to be a monopoly!
Standard 401k match. No longer offer pensions. Two high deductible plans through Kaiser or Providence for non-union employees but the company contributes money towards an HSA which will hopefully be standard going forward. Big focus on safety and overall employee wellness so there is access to EAPs and other wellness programs. Company matches towards charitable donations. Electric bill discount. Some departments offer flex schedules. Biggest downside is PTO. It’s not competitive and the steps in accrual rates are spaced too far apart. It probably was fine when they offered other incredible benefits like pensions to incentivize employees to stay long term but now that those benefits don’t exist, it’s hard to imagine waiting such long periods of time to gain more PTO. It would even help to have the holidays that are recognized covered by floating holiday PTO instead of requiring employees to use their normal PTO.
I was a contractor, so I cannot speak to the robust benefits package that most PGE employees apparently received. However, I do know that the contractor benefit package was really marginal.
Holidays off. Regular employees get a good sized donation to their HSA. Contributes up to 5% to 401K, also profit sharing.
great 401k match, average cruddy health insurance, no company perks, low bonuses, no holiday bonuses, limited budget toward team activity, low-med level of PTO offered, 3 months of paid protected leave under OFLA, 3 months of paid protected leave under FMLA, if you use it all you will be let go, and if you are sick more than 5 times in a rolling 12 month period they reserve the right to fire you.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.