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Employer contributions to HSA, unlimited sick days, tuition remission
Benefits are decent, pay could be better
No benefits are provided to part-time employees or student workers in the Technical support department. They limit the number of hours you can work for this to occur.
The health benefits are very expensive. They give you a pay raise and then the insurance rate will go up and your take home pay decreases and you bring home less each year
My colleagues tell me they are great!
We get health dental , vision care which we pay for. We also have a 401k which we pay into and the university contributes as well
You get so-so health ins. You can have a 401k which they contribute to.
The best benefit of this job is the Tuition Remission. It can be used for your children, spouse, and/or self.
Company perks, paid time off, tele commute located in Fairfield county just acquired 60 more acres at former General Electric headquarters
Adjunct Professors don;t get any benefits, regardless of the number of hours worked
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