The health insurance is very good for someone who is young and only uses their insurance for regular check-ups. According to some of my colleagues the health insurance is not so great for individuals who have to visit specialists, or require regular monthly-bi monthly appointments with their physicians. Time off is generous for faculty members. I started with 30 sick days and 14 days of vacation. You accrue 2 vacation days per month and I *think* the 30 sick days is for the entire year.
The benefits' package is good. They match 401K contributions and the health plan is affordable (medical, dental, and vision). You have the option of PPO or HMO for health care. With the 401K if you're a classified employee, you use PERS and if you're a full-time/part-time faculty or staff you use TIAA CREF.
Time off is excellent, benefits package is adequate. The worst part is that part-timers do not receive benefits at all.
Professionals get all holidays off and have excellent leave time available. Matching funds for retirement are great. Health insurance is ok.
PERS for retirement. Education benefit
Annual, sick, paid federal and state holidays, state system retirement, health and dental insurance. no vision.
As a part time employee I am not able to receive Medical benefits but the company does supply a 401K for the part time employees which is very helpful.
Health Insurance costs an arm and a leg. The accrual of 10 hours of sick and annual leave per month is great. Ability to work comp time in lieu of OT.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.