Retirement Plan match is above industry standard.
Pro-rated full benefits for part-time employees. Excellent retirement match. Many courtesy items such as gym access for employee and family. Depending on individual wage, number of hours, and benefits options, benefits can significantly subtract from net pay.
Since I work part-time, I don't really get all the benefits but I am sure that the college gives great benefits to its full-time employees, especially professors.
Cigna is awful. CBA blue was much better. Retirement benefits are great but changing for new hires. Time off is adequate but not flexible.
Solid health insurance with vision and dental. Vacation time is reasonable. Average retirement benefits.
Great Health insurance and paid time off
Full benefits package with excellent retirement and time off as well as health, dental, vision, disability, and discounted rates for golf and skiing.
It's not precisely a traditional "benefit", but the flexibility with which employees can move hours around to meet unexpected schedule complications is fantastic.
As a student research intern, the benefit package I received at Middlebury College was virtually non-existent. I understand from other members in staff level positions that the benefits are acceptable but do not always cover what you need.
I'm not full time, so I don't have a benefits package. Hours are very flexible, we get to choose which shifts work for us.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.