I have found the benefits package to suit all of my needs. There have been a few deductibles that were higher than expected for services outside of the regular maintenance care. However, overall I am pleased with it.
Unrealistic demands from staff for salary range. Company continues to cut and reduce benefits, including retirement cuts, education discount almost completely disappeared, health benefits reduced with increased costs, time-off policy on par with McDonalds, holiday time cuts, parking fee went up to $200, enrollment is down, lawsuits are up, and employees are paying for it. Job freezes over the past 5 years = 3. Reimbursement programs for certifications has been completely cut.
Best thing = 401K matching and paid time off Worst thing = Cost of health insurance for a family
Great benefits, retirement plan, cash redemption health program, monthly$50 FSA stipend
As i was grad assistant i didn't had any of these benefits but yes the full time people have 401 k paid time off and sick and maternity leave and work from home benefits too so its good.
good 401k matching. health insurance
Tuition reimbursement, 401K and compensation matching.
Their benefit plan on a whole was ok when compared to other institutions. The best benefit was the 401k plan, where they match at 100%.
The 401K is great contribute as much as you can they give you 2% automatically, even if you give nothing. The cost of medical is a bit high but they help with a HRA account. The on campus clinics and pharmacy are great for keeping costs low.
The best thing is the FSA debit card which I used to buy some new frames for my glasses and to pay for prescriptions. Also tuition waiver is great. Covers two classes which can cost about 7,000.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.