United Nations Benefits
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- All Employees
- Full Time
Which benefits does United Nations provide?
Current and former employees report that United Nations provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Maternity & Paternity Leave(34 comments)
“Good leave, but on a 12-month contract almost impossible for the timing to work out, unless you get pregnant in first two months of contract...”
- Pension Plan(33 comments)
“Commensurate considering the travel and energy spent doing the job throughout austere and hostile environments.”
- Health Insurance(21 comments)
“You have to contribute from your salary an amount.”
Pension fund benefits are quite good
Very extensive health care; excellent coverage.
Best place to work, great work life balance.
Decent benefits for an IGO but not competitive with private sector.
Unpaid intern with massive tasks
Inclusive and diverse working environment
Vacation time is very important
Alot of paid time of and sick leaves which is a plus.
Accrue 2.5 vacation days (Annual Leave) per month. 7 personal days (Uncertified Sick Days) per year.
diversity and friendly, trainings, grow opportunity