Excellent benefits package but could be more creative in the way they are applied. I would not complain though as it could be a whole lot worse.
Best: You have insurance. Bad: It's expensive and has the same benefits of Obama Care.
You are vested after 5 years for the retirement plan, but they take out a HUGE chunk of each paycheck until that 5 year mark.
Health insurance is fantastic! Low monthly premiums, deductible is only $600 after the HSA contribution and dental benefits are better than most. With the insurance industry the way it is we should all be thankful we have coverage!
Reasonable premiums, good coverage and doctors
Retirement and raises were great until the budget cuts, then everything went down hill. No more cost of living raises and benefits kept increase dramatically each year.
The best benefit is the retirement plan. Once you retire you have a check for the rest of your life no matter how long you live passed your retirement date.
Benefits are good, including those that are voluntary such as the deferred compensation.
Best: paid time off, somewhat flexible job
Health insurance is acceptable. Wellness package is a good benefit. Worst part is the high deductible. Time off is pretty fair. FMLA is available as long as you have the sick leave to take it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.