Maternity Leave was great. I enjoyed that management recognized the need for employees to take time off. We had federal, and State Holidays.
Pros - 100% tuition reimbursement for full-time employees and 80% for spouse/dependents - 6% retirement matching regardless of your personal contributions - Generous time off including the entire week from Christmas to New Years Cons - Pay is average but there haven't been raises for a number of years causing long term employees to fall behind average. - Medical/Dental is incredibly expensive as soon as you start adding a spouse and/or dependents as HPU doesn't cover any of their cost.
There are no benefits for an adjunct employee. It is a university that is struggling financially. Morale is very low--for the adjunct population.
I like that the company provides a system in place for retirement, such as an annuity I can put into, free dental insurance, and President Gotanda in his first year in office was able to give us a paid week off for Christmas and New Years as well as a $500 bonus.
Very expensive insurance, nearly $1k a month for a basic family plan
I'm a part time worker, so we do not have any benefits.
I did not receive benefits as a part-time employee
6% retirement contribution, 18 paid holidays, 4 weeks vacation, 12 days sick leave, cheap Kaiser plans for employees (expensive family coverage though), free dental via HMSA,
If you don't want to fork out hundreds of extra dollars a month on HMSA insurance you are stuck with Kaiser Hawaii which poorly run and not helpful at all in helping you transition your previous care to them (prescriptions, previous testing, etc...) Full dental coverage through HMSA is nice They offer a good amount of paid holidays Vacation days are earned by pay period and how long you have been with the company. You only earn about a week of vacation a year for the first three years.
Sometimes you can get tuition paid for.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.