Generous PTO and great coverage but there is no match for retirement.
Unfortunately, our benefits have taken another nose-dive this year. It's unaffordable to insure yourself and your family. Their high deductible plan is the only option a nonprofit worker can afford and it is several thousand dollars before Cigna even starts to cover your doctor's visits.
Insurance is now an HDHP plan
High deductible which leads to many employees struggling to afford care. Poor healthcare coming from a healthcare non-profit.
Benefits were adequate, but they really should have been able to contribute to retirement.
good benefits for a non-profit
Average salary, but it is typical of the non-profit field. What they don't pay you, they try to 'compensate' by giving employees decent time off.
You get a lot of time off. They started matching the retirement funding this year. Health benefits are average. Get holidays off and usually an extra amount of time over Christmas. Flex time rather than overtime for working extra.
Decent benefits for non profit organization
Lots of PTO and sick time, no raises.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.