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“Below average health insurance options that increase in price every year. University insurance plans for grad students are better than what's offered to employees ”
“SHRA accrues at a slower rate than EHRA. Still better than '2 weeks'”
“Accrues quickly and can be shared under certain instances. ”
Excellent Health Benefits at a reasonable cost
Health insurance is very expensive for dependents. Decent coverage, though.
State benefits that are low cost for employee. Cost to insure partner and family is incredibly expensive.
When an employee terminates because of service retirement or early retirement, the employee has the option of exhausting vacation leave or receiving a lump sum payment
Working for the state, the benefits are very good. You receive great PTO, insurance, and other professional development resources. I do not have anything negative to say about them.
Poor health insurance that gets more expensive every year
Amazing place to work!! Amazing ambience!! Amazing teachers and staff!!! Totally recommended!! Good job guys!! Keep going
Health Insurance was free and the coverage included most common ailments.
You have most of the benefits, but they are expensive
Gym, Health Insurance, Tuition Covered
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