The pension plan is good. Lots of vacation days. Have a good insurance plan. Retirement matching is good. The benefits can't be beat.
There are very few benefits for part time employees. This is pretty common though
For student researchers, most benefits are derived from being a student and having access to resources for students and mentoring for students. There are strict work hour limits to prevent part-time employees from entering the range of hours where the university would be required to give them benefits.
There aren't any benefits for students. I didn't get paid; I had to pay to attend this school. There are ways to qualify for federal financial aid.
BYU is great for some things but having a great career is not really one of them. There is a ton of inter-disciplne politics.
I was part-time so there wasn't really a benefits package. It was nice that we got raises every semester.
There is no benefits package for student workers and hours are kept below 35 or you are fired so they don't have to provide anything
There is no benefits package for students. As a non-student they provide decent matching retirement contributions.
We were able to get time off when we requested it so long as it wasn't a week or more. We also got to enjoy employee discounts for food.
Excellent benefits above and beyond the average package offered by many other employers.
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