Tuition waivers are one of the best benefit of all. Employees are empowered to take the next step in their education, and they develop a deeper sense for the campus, its culture, and value of the institution. In addition, the insurance options were plentiful and you could choose a plan that worked best for your needs and budget.
Good variety of insurance options, good retirement plans, HR works with other companies to give employees basic legal help (creating wills, etc.) and free meetings with financial advisors on campus.
Best - Tuition Coverage (up to 12 credits per year). Vacation (Long Christmas break + 5 weeks per year) Worst - Lose half of retirement contributions unless you stay 5 years. Encourages complacent staff to stay since there's little incentive to do more with few bonus/pay raise options.
VRS, Free Tuition, Health Care
Lots of time off, great retirement matching program
Retirement contributions; sick days; vacation days
Great employer to work for, with generous benefits including tuition payment (limited credits per semester).
Governments have great benefits - health care especially.
This is a part-time position, so why would there be a benefits package?
This company offered a decent 401k plan with full medical and dental benefits. There was also several paid holidays as well.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.