Annual out of pocket expense continues to rise sharply.
It is a school job. I am not seeing any health package about this. The good thing is that you can learn advanced knowledge.
Best: pension for vested employees, lots of free programs for employees and you can even get paid to participate in some of them Worst: health insurance has gotten more expensive in the last year and copays can really add up if you have serious medical conditions, their mental health coverage is a joke, the newly implemented mail-order prescription program has had some hiccups and some people have had their med schedule disrupted or their meds are no longer covered
great perks, you get a year of vacation roll over from year to year and sick vacation that contiually grow. Free tuition*
great insurance package for us. no other benefits are given. Flexible work hours and kind employers
Expensive health insurance, generous time off
The insurance premiums and co-pays are high for everything. There is confusion both at the employer level and the insurance level as to what is covered so it is nearly impossible to get a clear answer when trying to research the best approach to a addressing a health problem.
CASE generally has a good benefits plan. Like many employers, this has changed over the years but still a good plan all in all!
The insurance is really not that great, but we pay a lot for it. You don't have a lot of options
They provide insurance for graduate students.
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