The best part about the job is the good health insurance that they provide.
the benefits are flexible time and they allow to arrange time to fit my schedule
Flexible working environment, Time Off
Health insurance at competitive rates. 401K, PTO etc. not too shabby.
Best - Healthcare, pension, vacation, personal time
Basic medical benefits are controlled by the state Government Insurance Commission (GIC). There are a decent number of choices if you live in Mass, check carefully if you do not.
The university has a good mix of benefits offered for 401k, vacation, and educational benefits for many state school offerings.
good benefits including fees waiver, health insurance waiver plus good pay
The benefits overall at UMass Boston are very good, especially in comparison to what most workers get. We have our union representatives to thank for that. Benefits vary somewhat by bargaining unit, but all include family sick time, decent vacation time, health insurance, retirement contributions, dental/optical, tuition waiver, and paid holidays. Of course, we have to keep fighting to defend our contract from cutbacks, but the benefits and protections in our contracts sort of make up for what may be lacking, salary-wise. It would be good to have a better transportation benefit; we only have a pre-tax FSA to use for T passes.
If you are a part-time worker at less than 50% you get zero benefits.
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