The University of North Carolina System Benefits

3.6
112 Ratings

Which benefits does The University of North Carolina System provide?

Current and former employees report that The University of North Carolina System provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.

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Insurance, Health & Wellness

Health Insurance
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3.5
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3.0
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2.0
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Disability Insurance
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Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
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Supplemental Life Insurance
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Vision Insurance
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Financial & Retirement

401K Plan
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Pension Plan
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Retirement Plan
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Family & Parenting

Family Medical Leave
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Military Leave
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Unpaid Extended Leave
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Vacation & Time Off

3.8
10 Ratings
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4.0
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4.2
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Volunteer Time Off
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Perks & Discounts

Company Social Events
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Employee Assistance Program
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Professional Support

3.5
2 Ratings
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3.0
1 Rating

Employee Benefit Reviews

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  • Health Insurance(26 comments)

    Free insurance offered by the hiring department for Postdoc Fellows

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off(10 comments)

    My boss was very flexible

  • Sick Days(8 comments)

    They were very understanding of this

Oct 5, 2022
5.0
Former Front Desk Assistant in Charlotte, NC, North Carolina

It was a great time, very comprehensive understanding of the role, and responsibilities.

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Jul 17, 2022
5.0
Current Professor in Cullowhee, NC, North Carolina

Excellent benefit package at this university system

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Jan 25, 2022
4.0
Current Employee

Vacation and Holiday days are excellent. Sick days carry over and accumulate. Employee contributions to other benefits can be costly.

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Dec 20, 2021
4.0
Former Posdoc Research Associate in Chapel Hill, NC, North Carolina

Free health insurance offred by the hiring department for PostDoc fellows

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Jun 30, 2021
4.0
Current Employee

Best: Paid leave time and vacation Worst: Healthcare insurance package

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Apr 17, 2021
4.0
Current Employee

Pretty good health insurance under the 80/20 plan (one of several options). You can choose either the state retirement plan or private (eg TIAA Cref), but you can't change your mind later. So be ready to make that decision quickly when you start

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Mar 20, 2020
5.0
Current Employee

The benefits package is comprehensive. Everything from the health insurance to time off are more than adequate.

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Mar 22, 2020
1.0
Current Teaching Assistant in Chapel Hill, NC, North Carolina

Only basic insurance. No other benefits.

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Oct 14, 2019
1.0
Current Teacher Assistant in Chapel Hill, NC, North Carolina

The health insurance is bad (high deductible) and it is too expensive to put my family on it.

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May 31, 2018
4.0
Current Employee

Pros: Flexible work schedule, generous vacation and paid holiday Con: Can't use sick-time as vacation

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