Great health insurance, $800 a year in training.
All the benefits are great! Several choices for health plans.
The benefits package is very typical with an equitable approach to vacation, retirement and healthcare coverage
Absolutely everything is fantastic, the environment, the collegues, the quality of the research, the salaries and the benefits
It's nice to have a package that includes medical, dental, and vision. It's unfortunate, as a student, that the package fails to cover fundamental things like an annual vision exam fully. The services provided are designed for healthy, young students, leaving older students with sometimes serious medical needs in the lurch. It's not worth the cost by any stretch.
Free healthcare if you want to have Kaiser. Any of the decent packages will run you about $300 per month. Incentives for being healthy are nice perk, can earn about $380 per year. Free gym membership and subsidized fitness classes for about $30 a semester (can take 2). Positive work environment as you are surrounded by intellectuals in various disciplines. Flexible work hours, work from home when necessary, ability to make various wellness appointment such as visiting the doctor or dentist without much approval from managers, access to a vast amount of academic resources, best of all is the Faculty Club (available to any exempt staff). Cost about $300 a year to be a member, and includes free continental style breakfast from 730 to 9:30 AM and a light meal consisting of hors d’oeuvres etc. from 430 to 7 PM every day of the week
Great 403b plan, health insurance and vacation time.
As I am a student worker I receive minimal benefits; however it does include paid time off.
Health insurance and Dental insurance great. Vision is good too. Over all insurance is good, though not as good compared to a staff member - they get way more perks!
Best things - great health insurance coverage, 20 vacation days starting your 2nd year with an additional 2 weeks off for winter closure, commuter program incentives, tuition reimbursement programs.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.