Best benefits package I've ever had. Great PTO, great 401K matching, and the best insurance. I think it is hard to beat the benefits of working at BYU.
Reasonable when it comes to employees taking time off, and workers comp/safety are extremely important to BYU.
Again, as a student, no benefits. It is easy to get work off.
You really don't get too many perks, but at least I have a very, very flexible schedule for my classes and for time off. No paid time off here, but so flexible, that you are alright with it. Student jobs are the best like this.
No part-time benefits for student employees. During the summer, no access to employee benefits like gym membership.
The pension plan is good. Lots of vacation days. Have a good insurance plan. Retirement matching is good. The benefits can't be beat.
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.
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
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.