You work as a student so it is an on-campus work. Don't expect to have a full benefits package. You can leave the job any time you want. There is no commitment to the professor.
No real benefits offered to GRAs
Great perks. But in exchange for great perks like discounted degree programs and classes, employees are paid much less than others in their fields.
If you a high school or college student just working as a swim instructor or lifeguard, I'm not even sure that you get any benefits. We were never informed of any and if you did want to find out, you'd have to go digging.
There are few. As an adjunct, you get little to nothing.
Great retirement plan, part of PERS. For Unclassified employees, you get over 40 paid days off a year between PTO, vacation, and holidays. The problem is they use the great benefits as an excuse to not pay you as well as the private market.
The benefits are pretty extensive. They waive nearly 70% of tuition fees for employees who want to study at the university during their employment. The tuition benefit can also be shared with dependents and spouses.
Very comprehensive benefits package: health, retirement and pension plan, disability etc. Full coverage for family for negligible extra cost
Best thing is that it covers family
Some part of you tution fee gets waived with stipend every month. Health insurance is not covered in waiver at PSU
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.