Getting health insurance as a part time employee is a HUGE blessing. I also like that there are multiple plans to choose from so you can pick what's best for you. They vary based on coverage and out of pocket premium costs. There are Employee Assistance Program benefits as well as some of those other smaller perks (discount movie tickets, theme park discounts, etc). I also get education hours as a part-timer, so they'll pay for my time to attend continuing ed stuff, but they won't pay the cost to attend. The benefits are honestly why I've stayed for so long.
The best thing about the benefits package is the low cost.
UC Irvine has good Medical insurance, overall good benefits. worst thing about the benefits was not having the option to opt out of my retirement plan.
Many options to choose from. Kaiser, Healthnet Blue/Gold, UC Care, Core (minimum). Free dental/vision, cheap legal services with monthly payment.
Very competitive benefits package
Close to campus, the commute wasn't too bad.
Pension plan, savings plans, health insurance, vacation & sick leave are separate buckets and very generous, life insurance and many other perks that I pay very little for. Benefits are better than I've seen anywhere else. I accepted a cut in pay to come here, but the yearly cost for benefits has erased much of the reduction in pay. Alternative work schedules (9/80, 4/10 etc) and telecommuting can be arranged when feasible.
There is nothing bad about the benefits package. Retirement benefits are excellent, including medical and dental. That is all I wish to say, I hope I reached 20 words.
A multitude of diverse options
UC system's benefits overall are fine and uniform across all the universities, so it's just a matter of whether or not you'll enjoy your time at the department you applied to. A lot of HR's policy is "at supervisor's discretion," so if you have a bad boss, then you may not have access to some perks, such as working from home.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.