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“They have really great health insurance”
“Lots of sick time, vacation is average until you've been there for a while”
“After the first year, you'll get 7% towards your 401k”
Excellent dental and health care plans, retirement matching, 12 paid holidays, vacation accrual, transit pass, and tons of local discounts. They really know how to take care of their employees.
not flexible to work remotely.
Flat 7% 403(b) retirement match after one year, regardless of your contribution. Very competitive Medical/Dental (at least compared to other non-profits. Local Merchant discounts, discounts on transportation, standard life insurance. Vacation/time off competitive (lots of holidays).
The benefits are great with a generous time off package which includes 96 hours in the first year. Great benefit plans as well.
The Hutch has a very generous benefits package: non-contributory employer contribution to retirement alongside a standard 403(b) plan; above-par health plans, 6-month 50%-pay sabbatical, employer-paid disability and life insurance, among others.
Employed spouses need to be covered by their own insurance first, though waiver possible if more expensive.
They offer good health care and dental plans. Unfortunately the time off work benefits are limited - most importantly standard 12 weeks/no salary parental leave.
The benefits are great at Fred Hutch. Generous time off package which includes 96 hours in the first year. Great benefit plans as well.
Transportation benefit is great - $15 for an ORCA passport card (unlimited rides on buses, light rail, water taxi)
Health, vision and dental insurance are all pretty good. Vacation is similar to other academic institutions. Childcare is poor. They have an daycare on campus but employer subsidy is minimal to non-existent, and the cost is super high. Not to mention the fact that the daycare has a really long waiting list.
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