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“Deductible is $5000, max out of pocket is $8,000, but hsa contribution is only $2,200”
“PTO accrues very quickly, 3 personal days a year”
“Pension vests after 10 years ”
I guess it would have to be stability. Indiana is a well run state and there is usually not a questions about funding.
The Retirement funding/Pension and Health Savings account with contribution provided more than expected.
Good benefits and paid time off. Salaries are generally lower than the private sector
Very comprehensive benefits package available
Inexpensive health insurance, Employer contributes to HSA, Wellness Incentive, Non-Tobacco Incentive
One vacation day per month, 1/2 sick day per month, 3 personal days a year, 12 holidays, health insurance is ok, the $5000 deductible is pretty high though.
Poor benefits. Best is getting paid overtime
There is a great health benefits package, including a high deductible plan which employer contributions to the HSA. We also get several holidays off each year and government employment counts towards the public loan forgiveness program.
They offer many options that are very good.
Retirement % is great, but low salaries bring the actual contributions down.
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