VA offers a robust package of Professional, Insurance, Financial and Retirement Benefits that is unmatched in the private sector. For travel positions, benefits may vary based on the length and type of appointment.
Everything is covered: Health, retirement, long-term care, insurance, and leave. If you are short on sick leave, you may apply for a donation program (hopefully you’ve gained some good karma along the way to have other employees donate to you!).
Five day telework offered in CBA.
With all federal insurance programs, you are limited in some ways when you are trying to use your insurance.
Thrift Savings Plan, Life Insurance, Medical Insurance, ample leave time, FMLA
Inclusive benefits package provided by the VA
The best part of this company was the amount of vacation you can get.
Many options for health insurance, which you can take with you after retirement.
The Health Savings Plan does not roll over, it's use or lose (which should be illegal, because it is not their money, it's yours and the balance should be returned to you). Family Leave can be tricky and training (required online courses) is likely to be done on your time and dime because many are overworked. Medical staff are highly paid, but many others have had pay cuts to balance budgets.
No added bonuses as a RN
if you don't use the time off, you lose it
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.