There were very few benefits provided to contract based adjunct faculty. They did provide for sick time in effect as substitute instructors would cover your class if sick and you would still get paid. Was also an opportunity to sub for other instructors.
Best thing is that they had some benefits. PTOs were very few. Medical and dental Insurance was not that good either
Flex time, work from remote and ability to buy vacation would be great to implement.
Should have weekends and holidays off but nope. If a holiday falls within a month of a quarterly start, you're working.
Some consider it bad and some good but the HSA for Healthcare. Life Insurance is lower than most places at 10k. 401K match is moderate. Pro is the Paid 50% Short Term and Long Term Disability.
Best thing is maybe 401k
Not sure about the benefits package offered at ITT. I had medical, dental, and a 401k plan.
The insurance is expensive and covers very little. While I was employed, one employee was refused coverage for an autistic child, another was refused a biopsy, and a third was refused an MRI for spinal surgery. They offer a minimal amount of vacation, almost no tuition reimbursement, and virtual no paid training.
Average yet very costly benefits, ...seemed to get worse and more expensive every re-enrollment year.
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