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“The health insurance is very comprehensive with multiple tiers of coverage to choose from. Vision and dental is also included.”
“Day off and working hours are basically flexible. recommend”
“Employer contributions were cut because of the pandemic.”
They had a great retirement plan and health insurance. They were also flexible before and after my fmla
The medical insurance options for nonunion staff are abysmal: very expensive and poor coverage.
Overall benefits are good, but because of the pandemic they eliminated employer contributions to retirement accounts.
The New School had a decent health plan (with United Health), but during the pandemic switched to an inferior plan with Aetna as a cost-savings measure. They claimed the plan was comparable, but there is growing evidence that it is not. Sadly, employees are paying the same for the inferior plan, even as they face salary reductions. The New School also once contributed to employee retirement plans, but again, they cancelled this benefit during the pandemic (no sign that it will return). In general, the university attempts to remain competitive with other universities in New York City, but it ultimately doesn't care about its employee's well-being.
Comprehensive health insurance covered by union for clerical staff
The benefits are pretty comprehensive and the insurance offered are really affordable. Like most places though, it's a bit hard to navigate and figure out what your options are.
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Time and day-offs are flexible
Just an intern there, not a bad job for college students
Generous PTO policy and great education benefit but insurance is almost useless.
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