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We have a pension, which is pretty unheard of these days and a 4% max match for 403b (401k). 12 days/ yr paid vacation, then 18 after 5 years and 24 (max) after 10. Flexible schedules and remote work are the wave of the future and management doesn't get that at all. Health insurance averages employees about $600-800 per year for basic HMO for an individual, before copays.
So little vacation time! Only two weeks for the first five years and no time off over the holidays. And maternity leave is the bare minimum. Heath and dental benefits are good but pricey.
Good health coverage; HMO & PPO options. PTO up to a certain amount of hours dependent on years of employment. Match 401K contribution up to 4%. Pension Plan after 5+ years of employment.
Good benefits, got to explore museum
Health Insurance provider could use an overhaul (Cigna)!!
I enjoy the paid holiday time off. It would be nicer to have more vacation days.
Good benefits: retirement matching, separate pension plan, HMO and PPO medical, dental, and vision offered. All federal holidays off, and quick vacation accrual. Paid sick time off.
403B match I believe 4%; great healthcare benefits and affordable options; incentives for carpooling, walking, cycling to work, free parking for staff; paid vacation and sick days
A lot of benefits offered for a non-profit. 12 paid holidays! Need to leave Cigna for health insurance.
The worst aspect is that CIGNA, the health care provider, is expensive and unreliable. The best aspect is the accruable paid vacation/sick time off.
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