Great benefits but will only be offered once you’ve worked a certain number of hours. Medical and dental coverage. Retirement and 401k. Paid vacation plus additional personal days off that are mandatory.
Good benefits, health and dental insurance. There were also a lot of social events with focus on improving healthy lifestyle
Good PPO Premara health care coverage
The salaries could be better, but the benefits package is very robust for a non-profit institution.
Better than I expected. Flexible work environment. Always listening and looking to improve the overall package.
Great 403b package, 7%, ample sick days, adequate PTO (and negotiable depending on manager). Stipend for bike commuting, daycare benefits. Double salary life insurance. Health clinic onsite.
The health insurance is good and 401K benefits are great. The vacation was cumulative for the years worked.
NO MATERNITY LEAVE OFFERED: you get 2 weeks of short term disability (60% of your pay), because there is a 30 day elimination period (so no pay for the first 4 weeks of 'disability'). You have to use all of your own sick and vacation time to cover (part of) your time off for maternity leave. Hopefully your child never gets sick when you return to work or you'll have to take leave without pay until the next January rolls around and you get more sick time. Absolutely outrageous for a progressive research institute in Seattle that does public health research. Vacation slightly lower initially than other research institutions in the area. High deductible on health insurance and high out of pocket monthly premium. Retirement benefit is good.
good benefit including health & dental insurance . Also, they are flexible. If you already got health insurance, you will get credit for it.
typical benefit package including health, dental, retirement plans, vacation time etc.
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