City of Phoenix Benefits

3.6
39 Ratings

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9 Jul 2020
Current Employee

Really good benefits package. There is a good work life balance with a sense that they care about the employees well being. That has been shown in the actions and communication the leaders at the City of Phoenix projected during the COVID pandemic and economic shut-down.

23 Mar 2020
Current Employee

Excellent Healthcare, Dental and Pharmacy Coverage

11 Mar 2020
Current Employee

Benefits are not designed to be attractive to the incoming workforce.

5 Nov 2019
Current Employee

I am part time. I get no benifits.

27 Mar 2019
Current Employee

Medical, dental and vision benefits use great networks at reasonable premiums. Premiums depend on which plan you choose as well as if you are covering self only or family. 11 1/2 paid holidays. You vacation accrual increases the longer you are employed, topping out at 15 hours per month. Everyone accrues 10 hours of sick leave per month no matter length of employment. Many retirement benefits like pension (but it will cost you 11% per paycheck), 401k, IRA, Deferred Comp, and medical savings for retirement.

28 Mar 2019
Former Aquatics Lifeguard in Phoenix, Arizona

As a lifeguard you are paid at least $10/hr so it's ideal for high school students.

6 Feb 2019
Former Employee

Letter of recommendation and being very laid back

22 Oct 2018
Former Library Assistant in Phoenix, Arizona

For part time employee's even in jobs requiring a B.A. there are no benefits and they are not flexible with hours

23 Apr 2018
Former Employee

Excellent Place to work with good benefits

16 Mar 2018
Former Police Sergeant in Phoenix, Arizona

Police pension, 457, 4o1A, and DROP programs are unbeatable

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