Almost three weeks of paid vacation, and the health insurance is good quality. You do have to pay a percentage of the insurance fees.
The great thing is tuition reimbursement begins once the probation period is complete. Most companies make individuals wait an entire year before being eligible.
The benefit packages there have gotten less over the years - sick and vacation time are combined, although you do get the national holidays off. Healthcare costs a lot of money for the employees, and parking is subsidized but still expensive.
They offer a lot of paid time off but it is difficult to be given that time off.
Great time off package and 11 holidays per year
The worst thing is that the benefit packages seem to be the first thing to be cut at Joslin and diabetes supplies, despite being a diabetes center are minimally covered.
401k, 20 days vacation, health insurance is pretty good. We cannot take sick days only extended sick days.
The company offers a lot of benefits but they are expensive and un-matched.
health, dental, vacation time
good rates for medical, dental, and life insurance. flex spending is also available. retirement is matched based on your salary after 2 years
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