Good: Free health insurance for employee. Bad: Having to pay a large amount for dependents.
The benefits package is the best thing about working for the state: vacation leave is abundant and health insurance is fairly low for families.
Time off and fully paid employee-only health insurance are top-notch. But pay is low in comparison to private companies, and cost of living raises are the only ones you can expect every couple of years. Flexible schedules and working from home are next to impossible.
I don't know. I was an intern at this company, so I was not offered any benefits.
The benefits package is middle of the road it is not the best I have had and not the wost. I wish there were more internal perks for employees, there is a discount at the park stores and the admission fee for the parks is waived but there is not anything for campsites, other lodging or rentals that I have seen, found or heard of.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.