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“Lots of plans to choose from, some with very low deductibles.”
“It’s very flexible and follows the academic calendar ”
“Time off is completely flexible. ”
They really care for the healthcare of the employees and families.
Flexibility was the best, raising salary and support for benefits was toughest part.
company perks are the best benefit offered - a lot of reimbursable expenses, I was able to reimburse my tuition for grad school as a supported staff member, also, the flexibility of schedule was really helpful
health insurance, mental health care, flexible hours
For a nonprofit organization, Cru does a good job of ensuring that it's employees have good health coverage and retirement options.
Solid health insurance, small employer 403b match (rare for religious non-profits), and lots of reimbursable expenses.
i was part time so i did not qualify for benefits
Super low deductible, great coverage, and the best part is you can choose between 3 plans that are all great. Only problem is, if you can’t raise support, getting that top of the line health plan will be a tough task. While I don’t use them, I’ve heard from coworkers that the retirement plan is great too. As far as Christian ministries go, Cru cares the most.
Great benefits and helpful staff in Orlando to navigate the process...no FSA but the ability to reimburse all medical expense not covered by insurance
Best: time off for holidays & family / work life balance. Worse: rate of PTO accrual.
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