The best thing is the generous amounts of vacation. The worst part is not being to donate to co-workers in times of need (I.e. Cancer treatments)
Need to pay more needs to on a pay scale of every 2wks not a monthly pay check employees have to find a second job to make up for paying bills on time
great time off, matching contribution to retirement plan,, pay wasn't competitive at all.
defined benefit retirment program. Employer paid portion of Health benefits, especially if you have a family.
Pretty good benefits just a bit expensive but overall good package
Vacation and sick time well respected. Match on 401k that vests over 5 years.
Benefits package is great for a young, single person, although the retirement benefits tend to benefit other employees more than the law clerks
Best: Pension if you got in during the 2000's or earlier. Worst: Flexible time, work from home policies, no professional development
The best is the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) benefits.
The best thing about the benefits package is the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) package. It is offered instead of paying into Social Security each pay period.