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“It depends on whether or not you are FT or PT or INT”
“The pension is a hybrid pension and 401K. There is a mandatory 1% pension per year and then a variable 401K plan which is dependent on the market.”
“The health insurance is affordable and it will cover visits to nearby doctors. It may be complicated however for specialists because the area is remote. ”
Healthcare and retirement benefits are excellent.
401K, health benefits, great work schedule
good health insurance and a retirement contribution plan
great work and trygint solve great things - it's a great company and things are good
None, no package. They had optional health insurance, paid for by you.
10 paid holidays, 4 hours of annual leave and sick leave from 1-3 yrs. This increases to 6 hours from 3-15 yrs. It increases again to 8 hrs after 15 years. There is a 5% match for the TSP account.
Affordable health insurace. its not great but it is inexpensive
as a seasonal worker there are no retirement benefits, and once your season is up you lose all healthcare benefits.
non-existent for seasonal employees. Not the best benefits for permanent employees.
Cheap health insurance, prescriptions, and co-pays. Governmental health isurance is usually always great. I can not think of any downsides.
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