Flexible Work Hours, Collaborative work, obtaining new skills
Slow administrative request processing.
Automatically contributes 6% to 401k, then another 3% match if you contribute 2%. Therefore you end up with a 9% match on a 2% contribution.
Great benefits! The best thing is that the company automatically contributes to your 403b and matches any additional contributions you make. The worst is that medical is much more expensive for families and you only get 12 days of PTO per year. However, you also get 12 sick days and 11 holidays. Emory University and Emory Healthcare offer similar packages, but they are different. It seems that the University’s may be slightly better.
good benefits, retirement matching after one year, flex scheduling, healthcare more expensive than the last university where I worked and wait times are long
Thorough benefits: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 403b retirement, and more
Zero benefits, nada, zilch. They even made me pay for parking.
Health insurance doesn't cover 100% of anything. Always getting small to large bills after visits not including co-pays.
Great retirement match and options for healthcare. Very affordable.
401k, lots of resources and flexibility for staff.
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