The best things is the company provide many benefits that are not on this list. There is no "worst" thing but we could do (and will do) a much better job at communicating our benefit programs to employees and evaluate our benefit packages regularly.
Standard packages and 401K can be improved
Best is the discount for the yearly health check. Great resource. No short term disability. Family benefits too expensive and non-exempt employees loose vacation time if not used but hourly employees are paid out
The college has relatively high premiums, but good preventative coverage. Comes with Health, Vision, and Dental.
You can purchase discounted health insurance on your own if you would like. The 401k is negligible. Paid time off approx 1 day per month.
Forced to use vacation time if sick. 401K plan doesn't go into affect until after a year of service and employer does not match 3%, like a lot of other employers do.
It was just average at the time. Nothing special, nothing awful. I had medical, dental and vision.
As a adjunct instructor, there is no benefits package available. I did receive an option to profit sharing, because in the year I worked a certain number of hours.
They did have a comprehensive health cae plan, howeve, in the 10 years that I was there, the organization never contributed to the 401k package.
Best: having benefits Worst: cost of health benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.