401k, vacation, health benefits, telework, thrift savings plan
Excellent team work and people are friendly.
The parental leave plan is totally inadequate, but if you stay for more than 3 years you will accrue a startling amount of vacation time. The coaching services and emergency childcare providers are pretty amazing, though. The health insurance is absolutely on par with all major corporate employers, and there are many small perks and services for federal employees.
401k, different health ins to choose from, nurse in building, and gym in the building.
The reitrement is some of the best in the industry. Telework is also very good to keep a good quality of life blance
Besides the other great federal benefits, many positions at GSA are eligible for flexible schedules, including alternative work schedules (AWS) and telework!
Medical and retirement, paid time off for holidays.
The best benefit is the WAH flexibility
Government retirement isn't as good as it used to be, and many talk about it's long term benefits, which is true, but you also see a significant cut out of your pay check every week for this. It isn't as though it's just given to federal employees for free. About 13% is deducted.
The benefits at GSA being a Federal Agency are typical. The work life balance is great due to flexible schedules. The main reason I left was due to low pay compared t the private sector.
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