The tuition reimbursement was the best thing.
No benefits other than flexibility with schedule and
Lots of vacation time, great retirement plan
22 paid vacation days, 2 paid floating holidays, plus paid days off during winter break (12/24 to 1/1). Sick time is technically unlimited, you'll need to provide a doctor's note if you are sick for 5 days in a row. Hours are flexible: 7am-3pm, 8am-4pm, or 9am-5pm.
competitive salary, pension and retirement plan options. 3 weeks paid vacation with compensation days
Tuition Remission is a great benefit. The managers are very willing to work with you and your schedule. I was able to go to graduate school for free while also working a full time job,
22 days off starting day one and 5% contribution when you contribute 2.5%. Also grad school is completely paid for.
Student Aides get no real benefits but do qualify for paid leave.
It's a part-time job so there aren't many perks but sometimes there are awesome events that we get tickets to if we are top performers such as tickets to Hofstra's Gala.
Flexibility for part timers is very good
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.