Free health insurance for graduate students, competitive health, vision and dental packages for postdoctoral researchers and staff.
The health insurance package changed every year and had to pay out of pocket expenses more every year.
time management, good pay and environment
The University offer a really good full benefits package. The best part has to be the tuition benefits for self and family.
I really can't speak to the health insurance as I don't carry it but time off and vacation is pretty standard. But additional benefits are: Apartments, Bookstores, Car Rentals, Car Repair, Child Care discount, Computers, Computer Supplies, Accessories, Electronics, Communication Services, Dining, Discount Entertainment Tickets, Entertainment Playhouse Square, Health & Wellness, Home Improvement, Hotel Accommodations, Interior Design, Internet Service Provider, Spa/Salon Services, Wireless Telephone Services--all of this information you can look on the website for under benefits. All of the benefits listed are given at some type of discount which varies based on service or company and not the university paying for them. I'd rate 5 but the salary is low and not competitive for staff.
Health insurance is expensive when including family Vacation and sick time is generous but differences between staff and faculty allotment make it much less attractive
Lots of paid holidays, decent vacation and maternity leave, pension after 5 years for staff. Faculty have generous 401k plan.
Best: health insurance Worst: Time off
Generous with time off in lieu of salary increases
A lot of holidays and vacation days for staff member (good) Vacation days do not carry over (bad)