Great insurance coverage. Good PTO accrual rates
everything was pretty self explanatory once orientation was complete
Strong benefits package, on par with many private companies. They offer a 403B (similar to a 401k--no match). Most employees are eligible for some sort of pension--though not necessarily a traditional one.
Vacation and sick leave are earned at a fairly high rate, health insurance coverage is good, monthly pension plan contribution can be waived if you are in school
They give you an excellent dental and medical insurance. You get 1 paid sick leave per month and 2 weeks of paid vacation.
Great vacation and holiday packages
Overall, benefit package comes with everything you can think of.
Excellent medical, life, retirement plans. Dental and vision included. Tuition exemption per quarter = 1 free class per quarter. You get the benefits of students of the UW as well (e.g. library access, husky card, discounts, u-pass, etc.), 11 paid holidays per year + off from work, free professional development classes.
The best is all the benefits they offer and the 11 paid holidays! I simply hope that someday they would offer days where you can work from home.
UW Medicine offers what I would consider great benefits. You won't get stock options as it's a state run entity or free food every day, but what you will get is a solid medical, dental, vision plan. They offer many medical plans to choose from and the most expensive plan offers a very good coverage with low deductibles and the price is very reasonable. Another thing that I consider a benefit of the company is the work/life balance. Yes, you will work and work hard but you won't work 50, 60, 80 hours a week on salary. UW Medicine understands that there is more to life than work and wants you to have good health and a happy family so they don't work you to death like some big tech companies in the Seattle area.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.