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“Annual leave and sick leave are separated and accrue differently.”
The benefits are really good, just so long as you don’t have a medical emergency outside of the state. Many other companies have nationwide coverage, just not here. The retirement plan plus deferred compensation package is a nice perk, as well as the flexible spending account, which allows you to put money into a savings account (pre-tax) that can be spent on medical expenses (co-pays, prescriptions, and other out-of-pocket medical expenses). The other downside is the rising cost of medical care, but that’s pretty much a standard everywhere in the nation. The 12 paid holidays off are very nice, plus the extra two holidays in election years (general and primary election days). State of WV benefits are really good.
The best is the time off. All weekends and holidays are days off. Supervisors will let you leave in an emergency without hassle. There is almost never overtime available in economic services. The insurance is average.
It is a complete package. Health insurance, life insurance, dental, vacation and retirement
The healthcare plans that the state offers are very affordable.
The accrual of leave, both sick and annual, monthly is a great benefit. The health insurance is okay. It covers most things at a reasonable cost for Co pays but monthly cost is rising hiring then the pay to cover.
Excellent leave package for sick and vacation
The change to CVS for pharmacy benefits. No choice, but to move from current pharmacy if prescriptions are paid.
you do not get benefit package being hired as an independent case manager
The best was time off. The worst The huge caseload that no one worker could possibly keep up with no matter how hard you worked.
The health care plan was pretty good, it is cheaper than some of the same plans at different companies.
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