Retirement is granted to employees after a certain number of years employed.
Excellent benefits as this is a state agency.
Great retirement and health insurance benefits. Salary isn’t enough for the work demand and compared to federal jobs
Earn Vacation and Sick time and it can be used starting at 6 months. Health insurance is provided to all full-time employees. Pay is minimal but a pension plan is set up to encourage retirement.
Employer pays employees health insurance and 50% of dependents or spouse coverage, retirement plan with employer matching 9.5% mandatory monthly contribution, optional 401K, 12 sick days per year, vacation days awarded depend on length of time employed, optional dental & vision coverage, sick leave pool available upon request when needed
DPS pays the employees health insurance & 50% of your dependent or spouse coverage. Mandatory 9.5% monthly retirement is matched. Optional 401K is not matched. Vision & Dental are optional. The insurance itself is decent.
The retirement is mandatory out of your check and you get paid once a month but the benefits are okay.
The providers when it comes to health care and dental care are limited.
Pension, numerous state holidays, vacation accrual and longevity pay are great benefits. The trade off is a slightly lower pay scale than the private sector
It is very generous and very stable. The worst thing is the difficulty of applying for temporary disability income.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.