You get and all and they cover most things with your insurance
No guarantee for hours as a FLEX employee (basically part-time without the benefits).
I should have started my 401k when I first became full time but did not so now that I want to leave don’t have much.
No benefits because of the flex position.
a lot better than most private companies as far as health insurance goes, but not as good as county or GS positions.
There are no benefits packages of any kind working for them. If you would like to have any of these you have to purchase them on your own through an outside agency. That is the worst thing about working for them.
Occurring time off is really good compared to the civilian side
Pension, 401K 3% match, health, dental, short term/long term disability, medical/dependent flex spendings,holidays, vacation leave, sick leave, 59's. Only thing missing is HSA
you are a flex employee there are no benefits
I was a flex employee for the first 3 years. I was just recently promoted to full time. For me, being a military dependent I was interested in the Annual and Sick leave. 401K is really good also.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.