Government health insurance is average to below average when compared to private sector equivalents. There are a lot of products to choose from to tailor to your health needs, but the catastrophic limits are $6k and above and difficult to be in-network when in a rural area. The best part of the health care is the paid for add on of vision care through Aetna. PTO - is very good and earned time grows with years of service. 5% match for 401K, basic set of options in the plan. 5% of each paycheck to a pension fund, forced savings account. Life insurance and Death and dismemberment insurance offered. Flex schedule is very helpful as things change at home.
As an intern the company provided a modest annual company uniform allowance and one parking pass per employee per each year .
The vacation time is pretty fair. The use of leave is pretty laid back. I can't speak for the health/financial benefits.
very expensive health benefit and not commensurate to the salary, but flat rate for everybody even with a low salary.
Benefits are good and beneficial
All federal holidays were granted for all employees. Vacation time was available for all employees including part time employees.
Paid time off, paid sick leave, paid federal holidays off
Flexible work schedules, no overtime required, excellent work life balance. Pay was ok but aligned with other Federal agencies. Medical care was comparable.
I did not receive benefits, I was an intern.
We got weekends and FEderal holidays off. Occassionally the president and or Vilsack would declare a half day the day before government holidays.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.