Flexible working hours. Great working culture.
Tuition Remission, health coverage, PTO
BU grants ample vacation time, including the week between Christmas and New Year's that does not count against your accrued vacation time. Also, BU has a tuition remission program that is far superior to most universities. Dependents receive 50% tuition remission after only 4 months of employment, and that jumps up to 90% after 18 months. Employees get great tuition remission benefits for themselves as well.
The university provides excellent health benefits, a thoughtful retirement plan, and, for the teaching staff, reasonable flexibility so that you can have the time off that you choose within your position.,
401k offered, flexible schedules and great enviornment!
Education benefits for employees and their families
Not applicable for graduate assistantship
I didn't work full time there but if you do you get tuition remission.
Great tuition remission that kicks in quickly - partial benefits for self and dependents after only 4 months of full-time employment. Great paid time off (vacation and holidays.)
Generous retirement (recently revamped to help starting employees begin to save early); great health insurance options (which also underwent a review in the last several years and so reflect the University's current priorities; in other words, don't expect massive cuts in health benefits in the near future, I would guess...); a chance to get a degree or advanced degree at VERY little cost. (NOTE - I''m sure faculty get sabbaticals, but not regular staff...)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.