Best thing is the salary. Pay is great. The worst is the eye/dental benefit. Has very limited options that take their plan.
Best thing about working here were the amazing students you got to help and work with.
The worst thing was the price always kept going up with less benefits. I guess that is the world today.
Great benefits, including tuition program to enable employees to obtain certificates and/or degrees.
It had a lot of options that I did not need. I liked having the choice of several things to decline.
There were none that were offered.
Chose highest package and it is well worth it. Very good coverage. 401K is nice also. Vacation/personal time accumulates from day 1 and benefits start on day 1
They offer great benefits. I have health and dental insurance, 401K, vacation, flex spending for medical expenses and PTO. They even have a group car insurance that offers lower premiums + it comes right out of my paycheck.
We have a benefit package. It has systematically increased every year enough to outweigh any annual increase in pay that we receive. For myself and 1 dependent I pay more than $500 a month for a PPO that covers only 80-80%, costing thousands a year if you actually utilize them- we don't even have a choice in an HMO.
Poor health insurance options. I would be better off with no insurance at all.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.