Great package. Have to pay a bit of health insurance but this is pretty normal these days.
They provide a bunch of perks in the package because they will not be giving you a raise in the foreseeable future. Many times during the 10 years I was there, the entire department was given less than inflation percentage as an annual raise. I hope you like yoga, they expect you to take that as your raise.
Great medical benefits with excellent employer contribution. Great vacation time offered.
The insurance company is very difficult to work with if there is ever a dispute about a claim. Resolving issues requires HR intervention and persistence.
The health benefits were great and covered what ever I needed but I've been pretty healthy.
It is good. Sometimes low wage. Need to higher the pay rate. would be better for students
Healthcare is fine but there are no bonuses if there are they are 2% increase barely cost of living. And they make you do all this extra work to even get that. And they are stingy on the vacation and you have to accrue the hours. And you have to take FLMA (unpaid leave up to 12 weeks) for maternity leave.
Health insurance is decent, and partially paid by employee, there are 3 optional levels. Eye and Dental also available. Profit Sharing is very small. College will match up to 4% of employee 401K savings anually.
The health and 401K benefits are good. Additional benefits such as tuition-free classes for employees and tuition-free full-time enrollment for children of employees, and perks like meal plans and fitness facilities make SCAD benefits exceptional.
Full tuition benefit for dependents is a nice benefit (one course per quarter for yourself and spouse also). Retirement match could be better.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.