In addition to starting out with over 20 vacation days, you also have a paid winter-leave and sick time, and are eligible for OPERS which provides retirement income and benefits to Ohio public employees.
Not a fan of the State retirement system OPERS, wish you could opt out Not always easy to speak with someone about benefits Online documentation not always up-to-date
Part-time employees do not have adequate benefit options
As a student financial aid was all I stained at that given opportunity
Great benefits package, if you can find time to take vacation
There is no monetary incentive to go above and beyond the bare minimum for the benefit of the students.
Good: 403b and 457 programs can be used simultaneously. Rx plan is quite good Bad: Have to jump though hoops to get wellness perks.
The worst thing by far is the pay. I have to teach twice as many classes to make what full-time faculty make. In addition, I never know when a class will be withdrawn. Finally, because full-time faculty get first choice of classes, I am left with teaching the least desirable classes.
Paid time off (sick, vacation, holidays, personal & winter leave) Good medical & dental Variety of retirement savings plans
Vacation and holidays are numerous for salaried employees. The healthcare package has good coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.