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“You have your choice between Blue Cross Blue Shield or Scott and White”
“You annual and sick leaves on a monthly basis depending on your time with State Agencies. The time transfers with you if you change jobs. You can also earn up to 32 hours a year in Admin Leave but this is up to the discretion of your manager or supervisor”
“To be able to have full medical, after retirement is a pure blessing.”
Health insurance is paid for by employer for employee, retirement, and a lot of holidays off. Worst thing is lack of choice on insurance providers and no 401K match
All the benefits offered are good for staff members
Good benefits, bad salary, no increases in salary at all
Health insurance for the employee is free, approx. $350 for a spouse, and $200 for group (total amount, not per child). Life insurance, AD&D, short-term disability, dental, vision. Great retirement. 8 hours of sick leave per month, increasing vacation time as years or service increase. After 20 years I received 14 hours or vacation leave per month.
Full coverage insurance, great for families and individuals
The best thing to work with this company is the learning experience. The worst thing about working here is the poor management and understaffing.
Free health insurance for yourself, no deductible, great contribution for retirement, after two years of service you will get nine hours of vacation instead of eight.
Benefits are great,Company or organization is also great
Benefits through the state, not the agency.
Being that the state pays your coverage it does not cover the family. You will have to pay out of pocket a high premium monthly.
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