decent salary and a good retirement plan (401k and pension).
Some non-HMO medical plan options carry a bigger than average price tag; up to 6% match on 401k (dollar for dollar)!
company matches up to 6% of employee 401k contribution
100% 401(K) match for 6% of your salary and Pension plan which may be going away soon. Health care premium can definitely be more competitive.
As a temp there is no benefits package unless they hire you full time.
401K with 6% match + Retirement Plan
Best things: Pension, 401k, company matching, 10/40 or 9/80 schedules, annual raise, pet medical insurance, employee medical insurance, $400 health reimbursement Worst things: Tuition assistance ($5,250/year) Advanced education is expensive and that assistance covers 1 course in the graduate program. Typically, other companies (no need to mention actual names) would offer at least $10k/year or offer some sort of scholarship program which the company would pay for the entire program in exchange of an additional 2+ years of company service. Medical co-pay is another bad thing, I think. Other companies (no need to mention actual names) provide 100% medical insurance to their employees.
6% 401k matching, $400 to spend yearly on exercise classes, good health/dental/vision
New employees now have all the perks; better vacation upfront, and better 401k plan match. Longer term employees have been grandfathered to have a pension.
Great benefits. SCE offers options for medical, dental and vision. SCE is one of few companies that offers both s pension and matching 401k.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.