Pension plan is probably the best part as it is tied to inflation, 8% contribution from employees. Extended benefits such as massage are limited, covers about $25-$35 per visit.
All basic benefits, basic life and dental, great pension.
The best part of the benefits is the pension. The other benefits are decent in comparison to other sectors/industries (I'm not complaining - I am still very grateful for my job). The government is increasingly operating in a glass bowl so the benefits are not as great as the public imagines because the government is trying to spend public money more responsibly.
They have a great benefits and pension, but not as great as previous years.
You can accumulate vacation days that you haven't used from the previous year and roll them over to the next year, so you have a lot of vacation time to use for your personal use; but you need to use them before the end of the present year or you will lose them
pension! Topped mat leave, sick pay, Remembrance Day off!
Worst is legal requirements if you are sick
Generous pension plan and extended health benefits.
Nothing at all. The benefits are the biggest pull to this job. In addition, certain division allow for alternative work arrangements, which could give you the following options: - 2 days per week working from home - 1 day off every three weeks at a specified day of the week (you will need to work 45 min. extra a day) - Alternate work hours (e.g. 10-6, 730-330, etc,)
No benefits for interns at all
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