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“Parental Leave policy of up to 3 months, lots of health coverage!”
“3 full months after you work for certain number of years. ”
“you have a month summer break and a week-long break time to time”
For non-instructional employees, there are 24 vacation days per year in addition to sick days and paid holidays. Parental leave and retirement matching are generous.
Best - rollover of vacation days, Worst - there was no normed coverage plan for parental leave.
Excellent benefits, but extremely expensive medical benefits.
Limited and mediocre at best. No real incentives to be part of the org.
Strong 403b matching option, solid vacation benefits. Disappointing reduction in the employer paid portion of health benefits in the last year.
I am an intern with the company and am not eligible for benefits.
An enormous amount of PTO, and a 403(b) employer match that can't be beat at any other non-profit out there. And if you stick around for 5 years, your health insurance could be completely covered by the company!
DPPS increases in its matching of your 401k one percent every year up to 10%. That's a huge amount for a nonprofit. Also your medical insurance costs decrease each year so that after your 5th year you don't pay for medical/dental/vision insurance. So great.
Benefits are great, especially for those who stay with company for more than a few years! Parental leave policy up to 3 months paid! Health and retirement benefits are great as well!
free health insurance after 5 years, 3 moths paternity and maternity leave.
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