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“You are too busy to take sick leave, even you are eligible to take.”
Best: Education grant for children from kinder to university. Worst: no support or subsidies for child care from birth to 5yo.
No PTO or sick leave for consultants
As a fixed term, retirement pension, post adjustment associated to the location one is working at. As a temporary appointment, most advantages are the same, but leave is shorter. Consultants, unfortunately, do not have access to these advantages.
No paid holidays for consultants
Excellent health and dental coverage and benefits
Working for children and women globally.
Most people on my team were consultants, i.e. no benefits. The abuse of overusing consultant contracts in the UN system, especially UNICEF, is getting worse.
Amazing benefits and amazing people to work with. Not only do you get to save the lives of children, you are paid fairly and health insurance coverage is good.
There’s no benefit for consultants.
For an internship is enough, I did not expect more.
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