Employees can use 30 minutes twice a week during the work week to exercise on campus.
Decent health insurance, our 403B match was taken away with no intent to return it, the school can't afford raises, although you have a lot of time off you won't be able to use it (so many people are leaving that if you take time off, there's literally no one to cover for you)
There are no benefits to speak of. The health insurance costs an arm and a leg. The college stopped contributing to faculty's 401k retirement plans. There is no sabbatical or support for research and travel.
Great Benefits, PTO & sick time.
The benefits are those standard to higher education: health insurance, vision and dental (free to employee), retirement with option to contribute more funds, college will match up to a certain percentage.
That that it's the only one with this problem, but health care costs an arm and a leg: about $500/month for a family plan
Pros: Tuition benefit for employees and their family members, matches up to 7% retirement contribution, generous holidays, flexible vacation and sick time, good work/life balance, inexpensive meals in the cafeteria Cons: Family plan for BCBS is outrageous for those with only one dependent
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.