Medical/dental/vision benefits are great and relatively low-cost. However, the cost is lower because my pay is lower (the more you make the more you have to contribute-- bracket system). Maternity leave needs definite improvement, however. UC offers abysmal support ($800 a month), so you have to pay in to expensive supplementary disability insurance which only covers 60% of your salary while on leave (6-8 weeks).
The benefits package is great - full medical, vision and dental with a variety of plans to choose from including PPOs, HMOs and HSAs. The prices are very reasonable too, even when adding dependents.
Have to find someone to cover your work even if you are dead.
Flexible hours of work and good management. If someone is a student they do everything to make sure education comes first. Management is friendly too!
As a student assistant you don't get any benefits other than being paid.
There are 2 days paid vacation days per month and 1 day paid sick leave per month,really no bad things about the benefits package at UC Davis as I known.
tons of benefits, good health plan, pension, job stability
For part time, little benefits are provided, full time is much more comprehensive. Look into the careers website at Davis for more descriptive information. As a part-timer, there is little to complain about
Regular seminars to explain all our choices of the benefits package.
Vacation is in line with UC Davis campus holidays and quarter system breaks
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.