I did not have benefits as I was not employed in a full-time role. However, I heard my colleagues had great benefits and were content with them.
The best thing about the benefits package at United Nations is that it is a very well structured benefit system.
It's an ideal place to work because the working environment is super friendly. Staff and interns would go to the ground floor canteen and there has everything you wanted. But the benefits to interns are restricted in experience, no salary is paid.
There was none for interns. Interns are not paid, and get no benefits. They are simply expected to work for free in some of the most expensive cities in the world. Scandalous for a big civil rights organisation like the UN.
Pension fund is the best.. Worst is the health insurance
The benefits package is good ranging from healthcare, family leave, home leave, vacation days to pension.
You have a choices for providers but the health coverage is excellent.
Decent salary, health insurance (even after service insurance cover), tax free salary for non-American citizens, and good annual leave, sick leave etc.
Great benefits, especially the pension scheme and the decent salary which is comparable to other organizations. There is also time off for new parents which I found helpful. Overall a positive experience. I will continue.
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