The fact that you can insure your pot bellied pig, speaks measures about the amazing benefits the dana-farber offers! Unmatched.
Great company perks and 401K or 403B benefits and options. MBTA pass subsidy, movie tickets, ski lift passes and gym membership deals.
Health benefits and flexible hours
Health insurance - Harvard Pilgrim (PPO for single person without dependents approximately $10-12/week) Dental - Delta (HMO for single person without dependents approximately $5-7/week) Vacation time - for new full time employees, accrues at approximately 2.3 hours/week Sick time - for new full time employees, accrues at approximately 1.83 hours/week Floating holidays - 3 (8 hours) must be used in 8 hour increments Personal time - for new full time employees, comes out of sick time, must accrue at least 24 hours of sick time to access personal time TIME DOES NOT ROLL OVER AND CANNOT BE SOLD OR TRADED Some positions offer the ability to work from home, or to work four 10.5 hour days rather than five 8.5 hour days (extra half hour is unpaid "lunch" typically mandatory) Pet insurance offered through Nationwide Discounted MBTA passes (Link pass for T and bus approximately $10/week) Discounts offered through certain companies like ATT, Verizon (discounted cell phone bill, etc.)
Good health insurance that includes gym membership reimbursement. The recent Wellness program is beey good. Tuition reimbursement is very limited.
Vacation time, work from home, plenty of sick time. No paid family leave for any employee that isn't a physician - abysmal....
401a with 50% matching up to 3% of your salary, plus additional 403b where DFCI automatically contributes a % of your salary into a retirement account. Start with 15 vacation days, increases by 5 days at 7 years and 15 years. Very generous sick, personal, and floating holiday policy. No paid parental leave whatsoever, and very limited assistance for child care. There are a few local day cares that have spots reserved for DFCI employees but they are ridiculously expensive. DFCI provides a small subsidy for child care if your total household income is <$90,000 per year. Good discounts on things like computers, amusement parks, cell phone, movie tickets, local gym memberships, etc. Lots of professional development opportunities (seminars, classes, etc). Tuition reimbursement is minimal and maxes out at $3,500 per year after you've worked at DFCI for>3 years. I think it starts at $1,000 after 6 months employment. Flexible spending and dependent spending accounts available, optional dental and vision insurance, pet insurance discounts, etc.
Dana-Farber covers as much as they can - even subsidizing transportation costs.
Health insurance is worst here
Best- T-pass discount, generally like Harvard Pilgrim insurance. Worst- lack of paid maternity leave, not very flexible with work from home options
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.