Benefits package was very inclusive and a significant portion was paid for by University
This was only part time job meant for undergraduate university students and this did not really include any extra perks or benefits as expected from a conventional job.
They have a decent health insurance policy, with access to good, low-cost physical therapy, some mental health assistance, and decently staffed medical facility.
Now includes Dental preventative as part of overall health insurance free of charge
Paid vacation and sick leave, retirement annuity and savings account
The best benefits, hands down.
I had no benefits, only was a summer hire.
Lots of paid time off.
Great retirement program and voluntary benefit options. The premiums have been increasing for health insurance and they have moved to a high deductible plan. Overall pretty good benefits.
Health insurance was only good at the school health center. No dental. No vision.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.