Benefits start on your first day
Pretty solid benefits package. Separate pool of sick leave and paid time off, both accrued at the same amount. Also get federal holidays off as well. Several health insurance options, able to chose from different companies as well as different plans.
Good retirement plan and medical
Great retirement plan, holiday and sick pay.
It cost too much given the hourly wage.
Good retirement and health insurance.
The benefits are very good. They cover Health, Dental and vision. You are given a choice from three, on what plan you want that will best fit your needs.
Insurances start within 30 days of hire, coberage is decent, and you can cover step-children, same-sex partners.
The retirement plan is not nearly as robust as it has been perviously. Also the medical, dental, and vision cover less and cost more. Declining coverage seems to be the trend. You get 8 hours of sick leave each month and are given a certain number of vacation hours based on years served each month. You cannot get merit raises and are stuck with only annual increases that happen automatically rather than being based on work. Eventually these max out also. The tuition reimbursement only covers 6 credits a quarter and you have to be "wait listed" for the class and see if you get in. The largest benefit at this time would be stability of work.
Medical and dental Basic, nothing fantastic. Pension is nice but you’re paying in your fair share
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