Memorial Sloan Kettering’s (MSK) benefits program acknowledges the care that our employees put into their jobs every day. The program provides benefits, tools, resources and services to help employees at work, and in their lives outside of work.
Benefits at MSK are phenomenal. Insurance is great, retirement 401K, additional perks such as employee discounts for various things throughout the city. Can truly appreciate how well MSK takes care of it's employees now that I'm at an entirely new hospital. They go above and beyond!
No Afla, that would be a great addition.
They were all very good.
best = vacation hours and sick hours, paternal & maternal leave
The best thing is the medical benefits. Incredible care, never any issues getting referrals, etc.
I have no complaints about the benefit package.
Generous tuition reimbursement! Also, great insurance, several weeks of paid vacation and holidays and sick time. They also encourage flexible work arrangements if it fits with your job (work 4 days a week, or a day or two from home, depending on the situation). For maternity leave: even though they give 12 weeks leave, it is not paid. You can use partial-pay disability for the first 4-6 weeks after giving birth and then you have to use any vacation days you have saved up for the remaining maternity leave, if you want income. Nobody has 6 weeks of vacation saved up so of course part of the time will go unpaid (and also...then you're left with no vacation days at the end).
Tuition reimbursement, unpaid sick leave, cancer treatment (if ever needed)
They have the best retirement benefit 403B
Benefits package for Postdoctoral Fellows is absolutely poor. Fresh graduates working as technicians have far more benefits than postdocs with 5 years of experience after the PhD. To start with, postdocs are not considered employees, that's the reason of almost no benefits. Leaving in NYC with a low salary for a PhD and no benefits is not pleasant at all, and you may encounter yourself being 35 with no money in your bank account.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.