Good amount of leave time. Leave time allowed increases with time of service.
excellent retirement. 20% contributed every pay period. employee contributes 6% state contributes 14%.
Comprehensive medical is provided with reasonable copay. Employees vest for retirement after five years. New hires must contribute to pension.
Employee Benefits Division is nearly impossible to work with. They sent me letters saying they were going to do something I wanted, but instead didn't do what they had put in writing. I had to file and appeal and it was a mess.
good benefits; but insurance keeps going up and perks of the insurance keeps going down.
Excellent benefits. Defined benefit plan is great if you make it to retirement. Good vacation time.
Great health insurance and retirement plans.
It was stable and inexpensive. The cost of insurance was very affordable. The number of paid leave and paid sick days were nice. Deferred Retirement Option was nice too.
Benefits are about the same as any other place I've worked. I don't agree that retirement money (APERS) is withheld from each paycheck, and one can NOT opt-out of this. So, if one leaves the State before becoming vested (5 years), all money collected is lost. This is not matched money, it's money deducted from one's salary.
Pay is well below average