The UN has great benefits, but no career development services
There is a pension available if you have worked there long enough. If you do not advance in the step and grade civil service position, it will not be large. But it is helpful. This is only available to staff members, not to temporary workers.
Overall, the organization had very good benefits. The best was the 6 weeks off from the start; if you were an Int'l S/M then you could have home leave and education grant benefits. Health Insurance was high. Pension was very good as well as travel allowances.
The best thing about this organization is its mandate.
The worst benefit is the the internships at the UN HQ are full time and unpaid, above all in an expensive city as NYC. Great benefit: friendly and international work environment.
Interns do not receive benefits.
you get some discount to Museums in NY
Not a lot of benefits if you're not permanent staff
great benefits, good work culture, good compensation, multi national crowd, good work, work life balance, good health insurance, good location, good culture
On doit dire que travail au nations unies peut être perçu comme un grand privilège. Cela a par contre des inconvénients et des incohérences surtout pour les stagires non rémunérés
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