Current and former employees report that NIH provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Many options for health packages.”
“Increasing PTO as you move to more senior positions.”
“You accumulate sick days separate from your PTO.”
Very good benefits Happy to work with the NIH
Many options to Health benefits. Retirement options are great too.
Generous healthcare plan for vision and dental included
Great healthcare but low salary
My OB is suggesting I get induced at 39 weeks (healthy pregnancy, no issues). Apparently there was a big NIH study done that shows 39wk induction lowers risk of csection, preeclampsia, and still birth. Have any of you done an induction? I feel like it’s super intense & painful to be induced “from scratch”/when you’re not already in some stage of natural labor.
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Good child-care benefits overall. Their only downside is that these are available mostly to FTEs, a status that people acquire increasingly later in life.
Very flexible working schedule, good working atmosphere.
Health insurance and dental/vision insurance
Good health insurance including vision and dental
Great health insurance coverage (medical, dental, and eye insurance all covered).
Accommodating benefits packages for good work-life balance