The benefits package is mostly good.
Supervisor is often demanding without considering life balance issues. Team efforts are often skewed.
Best thing is time off and health insurance. Plenty of sick and vacation time. Health insurance options are awesome
They offer a childcare subsidy.
Very afford priced health insurance!
comprehensive, flexible, top notch benefit plan
All my life I heard that Federal employees get crazy good benefits. I can 100% say that is not the truth. I had cheaper co-pays and more coverage (like dental/vision/etc) at my last job. If you love reading and researching all of the available options, then you might like the benefits. There's 400 HR people, but I didn't get a summary email or instruction, or anything other than a literal grocery bag full of the options to read and study on my own. I mean, if I'm doing that, why do we have all the people there? Every job I've had the HR people hand you a summary sheet with the plans, deductibles, cost to you, etc. From that, you can request 1 or 2 packets to help narrow stuff down. This seemed unnecessary. The transit stuff is nice, but can't we do an online form? It's not because I'm lazy, it's because another benefit is they can't hire more people and whoever is still there now has too much stuff to get done. Hopefully you like working. And oh yeah, I think I got about 4 hours of onboarding instead of the normal 2 days due to weather. I get it's hard to reschedule, but maybe a summary of what we were going to cover would be nice.
Fantastic boss who works with me on my work schedule and life events. Very supportive and appreciative of the work we do. Gives great advice and guides his people well to excel.
Health and life insurance is cheap.
None; pretty standard. five words.
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