Cornell has an excellent 403B Plan that contributes a minimum of 10% of salary towards retirement, and allows you to contribute additional funds up to the IRS maximum.
Nice benefits package; vacation time, personal leave, retirement benefit and health insurance
Health care is provided. Other benefits unclear. I take vacation, but am unsure if it's actually official
it has health insurance and everything an employer can provide.
Employee Degree Program and retirement contributions are the best. Health insurance offered is okay, but the dental/vision was not good. Vacation amount and policies were good. The EAP is terrific.
The coverage in NYC is good. It did have only a certain time window where it could be adjusted. So you have to be sure of what your benefits plan covers.
Flexible schedule and health insurance.
The family is extremely more expensive than the individual. Almost everything is covered .
Grad students dont have much benefits that is why we tried to make an union but did not work
Good benefits like 401a, health & dental
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