Health insurance is decent. The gym is good but most of the times is super crowded. Offices are super small and I got back problem since I work here due to the chairs!
very few benefits for interns
Pros: They have very good health insurance. Cons: No one really cares to respond to employees questions
I had access to a lot of university resources, free printing, internet, study rooms, and lots of flexibility on the hours given as a student worker.
Full-time career employees receive full benefit, which includes health insurance of your choice (there are around 3 or 4 options), UC retirement, etc.
Good benefits with low employee premiums.
If you get a job there, stay to be vested. Stay as long as you can so it builds for your retirement. Don't quit until you are vested. lt will pay off.
Great medical and dental insurance
The best thing is the availability of source you can have to do your research. Here have lots of collaboration among campus. You have 24 paid days for personal leave but also depend on the advisor. The worst thing is that the salary is low, and the living cost at Irvine is not low.
Benefits is good. Free dental and vision. UC pension is mandatory and automatically taken out at a percentage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.