Standard across the board, with a little extra time off due to academic calendar. Worst thing is the delay for certain benefits (403(b) matching, tuition remission, etc.) to kick in, but those are minor complaints about understandable policies.
health insurance and 401K are great in GWU.
Decent annual leave, generous sick leave, and extra holiday "university" paid days. You earn additional vacation days with years of service. Health benefits were fine. Decent 403b matching.
no perks however free housing during summer
I am a part time staff. The best thing is they cover tuition fees.
Dental PPO is great. The medical has a high premium and co- pay
George Washington University matches a percentage of employee retirement contributions and contributes a percentage of the salary as well. For those who have not worked in an academic setting, it may take 2 years to earn this benefit. Annual time cannot be used for the first 6 months of employment.
GW offers wonderful employee benefits!
Health insurance is provided, but still is very expensive for individual. There is no support for commuters, no help (other than a tax break) to pay for metro .
Being my position a part time position, I did not receive any job benefits while working for George Washington University.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.