Good health insurance, Retiring saving, paid time off ( twenty-four days) , twelve day of sick day allow per year. But no parking slot.
UCR provides good health insurance. It covers both medical and dental. The worst thing is you have to get a referral from the student health center if you want to visit an out-campus specialist.
You get most holidays off, are vested after five years, and have great medical/dental/vision insurance. Health and wellness programs are free and so are select career development courses through HR. The campus also offers free access to LinkedIn Learning classes. Parking is expensive though, and 3-4 curtailment days (your choice of mandatory vacation or no-pay days) are used during the holiday break when the campus is closed.
excellent benefits (insurance and pension)
Generous Pension, vacation time, sick time, and healthcare coverage.
The university provided health insurance with a graduate assistantship. There no other benefits like a retirement plan, professional development
Being compensated with room and board was a great value for me and made my college experience much more convenient.
The benefits package was fairly comprehensive and covered nearly all major benefits.
I love that employ students at the library and give them a chance to make money on the side while pursuing there academic ambitions
good working environment, but doesn't get raised over three and a half hard working years
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