Low health insurance premiums, decent PTO (though holidays come out of this time), FMLA and ADA accommodations are easy to navigate, 403b plan with retirement coordinators frequently on site to help plan your retirement
Excellent health insurance, good employee discounts, and wellness spending contributions if you use their facilities.
The benefits are excellent. Great health insurance with low copays in network and reasonable employee contribution. The paid time off is significant however the senior employees get first choice of time rather than a rotating calandar and newer employees cannot use their time especially during summer.
Very affordable health plan. Good supplemental benefits, i.e tuition reimbursement, life insurance, disability. 403B with match and 401A employer funded contributions. Free gym membership. Generous sick time.
Tuition reimbursement is 85% up to $4,000 per year, which has stayed the same for the past 10 years, even though the current IRS tax free employer benefit is $5,250. This is enough for a community college degree in 4 years. The reimbursement is taxed so instead of 85%, it's less. PTO is good to start, but the health plan has high deductibles. Performance bonuses are laughable.
The insurance was good if you were able to use their own physicians. Unfortunately, if you lived too far from their sites, you ended up paying a lot more for any visits to your doctors. I personally felt you were penalized for living more than 10 miles out of area.
Good overall benefit package. 401k, good amount of pto.
Great Insurance. Speciality copay 30$ and PCP 15$
If you live out of the “area” you are screwed... even near the Pocono campus. It is also expensive, takes a nice chunk of the already inadequate paycheck.
great benefits, wonderful health insurance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.