The health insurance offered at UNC Charlotte is the state health plan. Premiums for spouses and children are a little high, but overall the coverage is really good.
No benefits offered to contract or temporary employees
The worst thing about being employed at UNC at charlotte is there is no funding at all for students who are given part time jobs. No reduction in fee even though we are employed by school.
Free classes and the flexibility in scheduling has made it possible to finish a BS and MS while working full time and supporting a family.
There, were no benefits for the position that I held. none
Health insurance is free for employee. but expensive to add child or family. Insurance deductible and copays gets increase almost annually. Pension plan requires 6% mandatory contribution with a 6% employer match.
The best thing is not paying tuition as a PhD student. Flexible hours are a close second. Also, most of the time you are not excessively stressed. The worst is the pay outside of tuition, which is nothing to get excited about.
Nothing as such just a research assistant
Time off was insanely nice. Depending on workplace status, you can either get 1 or 2 vacation days each month, while also accumulating one sick day a month. UNC Charlotte also gives time off to volunteer out of the office.
Retirement benefits are very good.