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“Their benefits are generous and provide a few hours of paid time off upon hire to get you started. ”
“Florida Health Care insurance plan”
“covered by Florida Health Care Plans”
full benefits + dependent child goes to the school for free 100%
Benefits are very generous. They start you off with a bank of vacation hours upon hire, which I've never seen before at an employer.
BEst set of insurance options I've ever seen: major medical, FSA or HSA, vision, dental, AFLAC options and levels, life insurance and LTD and STD. Then there's a 403b & new IRA options. The best part, and the reason pay is low, is that they offer you and your dependents a free education.
I liked the flexible hours
There were no benefits. It was a part-time job on-campus in order to earn some extra cash for living expenses, and at the same time, be able to learn about some valuable aviation history regarding accident investigation.
15+ days paid time off and paid holidays, employer retirement match plan, life insurance, free chiropractic and vaccination services on campus, bonus opportunities in addition to annual living wage increase
Robust benefit package and you’re taught how to use them.
Great leave, summer hours, work/life balance, retirement, medical
No paid paternity/matenity leave. Free tuition for employees and dependents.
There are absolutely no benefits given to student employees. The only things they call "benefits" are when management buys us a pizza on student employee appreciation week.
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