Time off and full pay medical leave and short term disability leave.
Matching 401K is with TIAA-CREFF is best in class. Low co-pays. Great Vision, Dental and Health
Automatic 7% 403b employer contribution, doesn't even have to be a match. Medical, Dental, Vision all strong if a bit expensive. We're getting more flexible about working from home / telecommuting. Several people will work longer hours on a few days to take a day off a week. Huge benefits for working at a University - free tuition for you, partner, and family including degree programs and one-off classes at Parsons.
Flexible hours and easy job
Retirement plan is great, the insurance contribution is quite low, summer friday's and getting the week off between Christmas and new years.
We didn't get much of a benefits package outside of a small stipend to assist with any smaller payments we had to make on things like snacks or a meal here and there. Free Housing which was great but you are constantly on call if anyone stops you in the street or in the dorm. Have to be present practically all the time.
It was part-time tutoring. Therefore, there are not many benefits available.
not enough benefits for professors and student works would like to unionize but of course the university won't have this they want all the money possible
Once you are vested, the university contributes the equivalent of 10% of your base pay toward your retirement. This is much more than most universities I have encountered. Health benefits and time off are also great.
I was only a part time employee and worked as a student technician for the new school and therefore did not receive any benefits package
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