Chance to pursue higher degree
Really generous and competitive
Drexel matches up to 6% for 403(b). My husband and I are very please with benefits package as a whole.
fact paced work culture. runs on a quarter system
Some of the medical packages can be expensive.
For a Ph.D. student the coverage isnt great but its along the line with other places so its hard to complain
Best: Tuition package if the GMAT is high enough and the strong enough working background. Worst: So far I dun know.
Benefits are great; however, the premiums kept on increasing. You have to participate in activities to lower it. Generous time off offered every year that rolls to the next year up to a certain maximum number of hours.
Great benefits - health insurance, dental, vision. Good retirement planning, health savings. Really you can't find a better benefits set up.
accrued and roll over vacation time, 401K, comp time, health benefits, summer Fridays ( half day to report), student affairs division, perks.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.