Golden Gate University offers a generous benefits packge. They have a employer matched retirement plan. Their vacation policy is also generous.
Health insurance cost is high. Retirement benefits are okay. Employer matches up to 5%.
Pros: Managers take personal situations into account and are good about granting vacations. It's a small institution, so you get to know everyone fairly quickly. Power distance is non-traditional and managers have an open door policy to hear about any concerns or questions. Dental plan is excellent. Cons: It's a non-profit institution so the pay is not expected to be great. In fact, it's the low end of the market for the area. Group medical insurance is non sustainable for a single person let alone for someone with family members. To be part of the medical, the per pay check amount is very very high. The Medical benefit, group rate, is terribly expensive.
Company add 5% on top of your 403B contribution. In addition, there are 15 days of vacation time for the first year of employment and holiday off on pretty much all holidays.
Great people and work culture
good retirement matching, a dental plan with 4 free cleanings a year (you have to file a reimbursement claim)
Best is the matching contribution to our 403B and the decent vacation allowance.
Very nice benefits package overall. Generous 401k matching, and no out-of-pocket insurance costs for most plans. Pretty good vacation time (varies depending on position type). Offers sick time in addition to vacation time, which is wonderful.
Health insurance, paid vacation, yearly bonuses.
There isn't great communication about benefits at GGU. But overall the benefits offered are OK.
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