There is a up to 5% match for your retirement, which is great. Maternity leave is under the disability plan, and is very affordable. The dental and vision plans are very inexpensive as well, and I think they are good.
Solid coverage plan. Wrecked my motorcycle and racked up a bill of 36k. Walked away after paying 3k. HR is fully supportive in dealing with accidents while on the job. They respond promptly and courteously! They aim to protect both the employee and the school.
They are the only good thing about working at Liberty.
They provide great benefits for my me and my family. I am confident that my family is taken care of due to our great insurance and policies. Very happy
Liberty offer good benefit. Typical for most jobs
As a GSA liberty covers tuition but pay is minimal, hours can be hectic, and there is no health insurance offered. This is a great opportunity for those who are willing to trade financial security for networking connections and excellent career preparation.
The education benefit was great. I was able to save a lot of money getting my wife and I through school. The rest of the experience was not great b.
Good package, but wish there was a higher match on the retirement plan.
The pay is abysmally low. I'd estimate it's approximately 20% lower than it needs to be for employees to feel content with how much they're earning. As a new phone employee I made $12.20 an hour or so. Two full years later I'm up to $14.40. An Associate Director I know makes approximately 40K a year which is far too low for someone at that level of management.
The worst thing about being an adjunct faculty member is that you never get any benefits and you never get a raise.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.