Best- 6.5 weeks of vacation (this includes your PTO and Christmas break) Worst- pay is low
Good healthcare and sick time. Good atmosphere at work. Respectful environment.
only worked as a student grader, but not too many cons overall about working at NYU
Health Insurance, best Tuition Remission, worst (made to look like good benefit but in actual use is not the best)
Generous time off for administrative/professional staff (22 vacation days, 2 personal, plus 14 university holidays); options for reduced-cost courses and tuition; health insurance options with reasonable premiums for a single individual.
Automatic 5% contribution to retirement and then matches up to another 5%.
Amazing benefits and perks offered!
Best vacation time (3 weeks) and sick time accrual. Tuition remission. Worst is no flexible scheduling.
Generous benefits with time off, medical/ dental/ vision, bonding/ maternity leave, matching contribution to retirement, transit, mortgage assistance, tuition remission, legal assistance, etc. etc.
24 vacation days; plus December week and a half off when university closes. 60 sick days. 401K matching. Tuition remission. Ability to attend lots of classes at SPS covered at 80-100%. Attend lots of workshops. Dental; medical; legal plan. Employee assistance hotline. Health Advocates services.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.