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Health insurance/403(b)/vacation & sick time at the institution is amazing! Lots of wonderful benefits even within the surrounding community with varying businesses.
Many of the benefits have been rolled back in recent years which has resulted in a mediocre benefits package
Benefits were very good. Education benefits, retirement. I have had better insurance, but it was sufficient.
You are not qualified for 401 K contribution unless you have worked here for at least a year. Insurance benefit is worse than my previous employer because of the small pool of employees they have. Get ready to pay >$400 of monthly premium for a tradition PPO.
The vacation/time off policy is really great. I also have enjoyed the tuition remission and the opportunity to go on the study abroad trips as the staff leader. Health/vision/dental insurance are all options to sign up for.
Worst: 5% increase in the cost of insurance plans, reduction in HSA contributions, no comprehensive healthcare incentives besides a $30 discount on an already expensive gym membership at LifeTime. Hourly workers earn 3 hours of vacation time for every 80 hours worked. No vacation increases until the 3rd year. Health insurance is too costly, most workers opt out of the plans and go with their spouse's coverage if possible.
Generous contribution to a retirement plan. Full insurance coverage. Continuing education options.
Best: Full undergrad and grad tuition remission for yourself, spouse, and dependents. Healthcare plans are priced far too high. Most staff are underpaid and can't afford their own healthcare.
The benefits package at North Central is very generous.
No worst things to name, retirement plan (partial amount included from employer, part employee), dental, vision, and health if needed.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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