Health and dental coverage insurance is fine. The chance to get training and/or payment for conference attendance is very helpful. Gym memberships benefit is nice. The actual gym on campus is practically unusable.
As a part-time employee or FWS you cannot get sick days, overtime, discounted tuition. All you get is minimum wage to do the grunt work in the office.
Best: They offer everything you could imagine in the way of a benefits pkg. Take a look at the boxes I checked off below.
You learn valuable skills for Java Web Development in 9 weeks to start building your own applications. You also receive tips on how deploy those applications online and get to access how to apply for jobs and the program is free.
Best Thing: You get some holidays off such as Thanksgiving (students and faculty are off from Wednesday before this holiday) and a week-long spring break. Worst Thing: You only get ONE paid day off regardless of the number of years you have worked there as adjunct. The rest will be deducted from your paycheck. There is no health insurance for adjuncts. Most of us are on Obamacare or are dependents of our respective spouses.
Very good benefits. Education assistance for going to school, free classes and children get free classes. Very good leave benefits.
Generous leave plan, tuition waiver, and other education reimbursement plans. The parking fee for employees are inexpensive compared to other college and universities. Wellness leave is available at 1.5 hours per week.
There was no benefit packages for me because I was not their permanent employee but was rather a full time contract employee. I did work 40 hours a week, but with no benefit. The only thing they did was pay for the mileage and food.
Best thing: Entire week off between Christmas and New Year off, and paid.
Part-time faculty aren't entitled to much. After a certain number of years, there's the possibility of becoming full-time and getting benefits. Aside from that there isn't anything to be expected.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.