10% automatch 401k contributions. Of course, the Hawaiian holidays.
Excellent holiday/sick/vacation leave (13/21/21 days per year). Employer 401K tax free contribution (10% of salary) after first year of employment. Good range of medical benefit options with reasonable premiums.
A lot of vacation and sick days.
Offers 10% retirement contribution after 1 year (Not a matching Benefit). Better than most places I've Heard of
Best: 10% contribution to retirement, 21 days vacation, 13 holidays, 21 days sick Worst: HR can be really inflexible when you have a problem
The Pension through TIAA CREF. After one year of service, RCUH (actually your principle investigator) gives the employee 10% of earnings before taxes to a retirement account.
Over 22 days paid vacation is the biggest perk. They also have a retirement plan that will match your contributions.
Health insurance is excellent, however, it is very expensive. Worst thing about RCUH benefits is that their flex plan is use it or lose it so if you overestimate your medical/dental needs, you could lose hundreds of dollars.
No benefits for an undergraduate level ocean science research assistant. Paid $16.67 per hour, capped at 16 - 20 hours per week during the school year and 40 hours per week in the summer and between semesters.
The best thing is they provide health plans which cover world wide.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.