They were all good benefits for it to be a career college
The insurance was okay. It was nothing fantastic, but not the worst. There is no 401k match. The PTO was quite generous: 16 days per year.
Decent helathcare and really good work/life balance
Great benefits and options to be financially stable. Great managers as well.
Best thing is the Aetna insurance package
I have no idea what was the best or worst thing. As an Adjunct we were offered benefits all of which i declined as i have benefits via my wife's work.
Brown Mackie is Closing all campuses and no Full-time employees appear to be getting hired.
Health Insurance benefits are average, the PTO is an average of 3 weeks per calendar year. The 401k is offered to each employee.
If you can put up with management local and national and work yourself up to be a head honcho you could have gotten a "golden parachute " but if you were recently hired your benefits are bare minimum. The vision package us not recognized by some drs. It's always been a sinking ship.
Best: 100% employee tuition benefits and also benefits for immediate family Worst: No 401K match
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.