Benefits were fantastic. Health insurance was affordable and comprehensive. FMLA leave was respected. My retirement plan existed. I made too little money there to really put much away, but it's nice to have something to roll over.
great school top rated in top 20, faculty is very good highly qualified and trained and intelligent flip side is very expensive and not affordable for poor kids, more scholarships are required
Health incentives sometimes seem invasive and monetary gains aren't always paid out but since they are "bonuses," it's not really a loss. Specific details of all benefits are not communicated. Be sure to actively ask questions and make yourself aware of every single details. For example, a cap on amount of vacation time that can be accrued over time. Not all Schools or unit HR personnel are knowledgeable or trained in the details. In other words, HR is considered an after thought in some schools and a dedicated person is not there for important details.
Dental insurance is a little bit not satisfied. It does not include many benefit, even though its monthly deduction is pretty high.
Best- good work life balance with vacation days and flexible hours Worst - Non profit organization, no bonuses
Great benefits; flexible schedule
Health insurance is not as good as Emory Healthcare suggests. Employee discount is not useful except for mobile service discount.
No benefits on a contract
Not really a worst thing, great benefits, but if I had to add one it's that your salary package includes your vacation time.
Best things are I had excellent health care insurance plan and got a free MARTA card which I could use to commute. The worst things were that I had to undergo a lengthy procedures to get the free marta card.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.