The benefits are excellent, there is nothing negative. It is too bad it is such a horrible place to work.
They provide health insurance for graduate teaching assistants and several training programs for teaching. However, there are no other benefits except the health insurance (no dental or eyes).
Health insurance is pretty much mediocre with generally know options.
The best benefits I've ever received. Excellent healthcare plan, great work-life balance, generous paid time-off, and an overall wonderful campus environment.
Stay on the endowed side of the house, and you'll be happy. 10% contribution to 401K for salaried workers, but no dental insurance.
The retirement plan match is great (and a nice perk given the non-profit status), the winter holiday week off is nice, too. Easy access to fitness facilities and transit options.
its good compared to corporate
I don't get a benefits package at Cornell University because I am only a student. I have heard that others get nice medical insurance but not too sure past that.
It's a very friendly study and research environment.
Health insurance is included as a graduate student, as well as paid holidays, and assistance in attending research conferences. I was also given six-weeks for paternity leave.
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