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“Health insurance is good and is beneficial to full time employees”
“14.67 hours accrued each month for vacation. ”
I would say the salary could be better.
Great benefits package, including a tuition benefit that covers 100% of tuition for undergrad and graduate degrees for the employee, spouse and dependents, as well as tuition exchange opportunities at other participating institutions. Retirement plan includes an automatic, annual 11.5% contribution by the employer as well.
The 403b retirement benefit is very generous, although one has to be employed for 2 years before this benefit "kicks in". The health insurance benefits are adequate, although more on the expensive side for employer provided coverage. Generous PTO as well.
This was a temporary position for students only and thus no benefits were necessary nor included. The overall treatment, however, was stellar.
Health insurance and vacation are great.
Very comprehensive package. The employer contributions to vision and dental require minimal employee out-of-pocket. The vacation accrual is excellent. One day one you begin warming 14.67 hours a month.
There isn't a benefits package for student workers.
Great benefits and good place to work, nice people and good environment. Good tuition benefits for you and your dependents.
The best thing is the amount that TCU contributes to your retirement. It's unheard of at a lot of places but they contribute 11%.
the university has a reputation for "great benefits" but I found the healthcare offerings average, both in quality and in cost. The real value is in tuition savings, but not everyone wants or needs that benefit so it's not equally distributed across staff.
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