Current and former employees report that UNC Chapel Hill provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The state health plan is widely accepted”
“not enough of either available”
“SHRA employees get plenty of sick days.”
Great benefits and good work places
Health insurance for self is fine, but spouse coverage is fully paid by employee. State retirement plan/pension is good.
flexible work environment, worst: low salary
Overall, a good benefits package. Their is a tuition waiver program for those who wish to take course or pursue advanced degrees which is nice.
New Mexico Elementary School Teacher
My District decided to initiate a “no zero policy” starting now. I was informed by administration that when a student does not turn in their work, I still have to give the student a fifty percent even though that student didn’t earn it. I teach sixth graders and I am not sure how I feel about this. Any words of advice?
New York Middle School Teacher
Agree? Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced Friday that parents will be given the choice of whether their children follow mask rules in school this fall, challenging federal guidance and local school districts in what critics called an “irresponsible” and “appalling” decision amid a surge of infections.
Florida Middle School Teacher
What if you are mandated for a Vaccine? We know there are different ways to look at this; moralistic, political, personal and professional. Never the less, I'm pretty sure of the dilemma each of us will face in the near future! I'm interested hearing what your thoughts if confronted?
Good place to work for
Fine, fine, fine, health insurance good
The state health plan is widely accepted
state health plan options, 80/20 or 70/30
Time Off is not that great and not fully paid maternity benefit ( which recently changed). No parking available immediately after joining
health insurance, limited time off