Each local UW is different - mine specifically offers a good insurance package, 403(b) retirement plans with match, flexibility in scheduling for a family-focus, and generous vacation accrual. Also offers educational reimbursement for employees to grow professionally.
great health insurance; flexible work schedule, depending on boss
Benefits are better than most companies out there.
I have no benefits package, I am hired as a temporary worker as most of my coworkers are. So I am forced to purchase my own plan.
expensive choices, lacking some basic services
The schedule is flexible and that's about it.
13 calendar holidays plus excellent PTO, 401K no matching, and reasonable insurance option. compared to other nonprofits, this is very good.
Excellent coverage and lots of doctors to choose from.
Recently added paternity leave, one of the first non-profits in the area to do so.
Best - Generous vacation allotment, 15 days as a new employee, jumps to 20 days by year 2 and 30 days after 3 full years of service. Worst - No 401K / retirement benefit. Pay still on lower end of industry standard though management is trying to address this issue