Health insurance is good, although of course it keeps going up.
Columbus State Benefits packet is wonderful it has a good medical plan, dental and vision.
If you're part-time, you don't get benefits other than the ability to contribute to a retirement fund (no company match).
Columbus State is a part of the State of Ohio retirement plan. It does very well for its constituents.
As a college work study employee, I receive no benefits.
Competitive (state) benefits package, state holidays, education credits/discounts
The health point system punishes younger, healthier employees.
I applied for a position as a student worker, I was not offered benefits. Due to being a student worker pay was negligible, however, I applied to this position in order to gain experience not make money.
Columbus State overall is a great institution to work for. The only thing wrong is that part-time employees aren't offered benefits.
The worst thing about the benefits package is not that uncommon - you have to earn "points" each year in order to maintain your current contribution level (20/80) failure to do so raises your contribution to 70/30. The best thing is the tuition assistance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.