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“Student friendly health insurance at the University of Arizona.”
“We got the normal amount of vacation and paid time off. Happy with this.”
“the good thing is that you get a discount and the bad thing is that its only a discount”
Comprehensive benefits for employees and families
While there have been some recent increases to the costs of healthcare. the University of Arizona still offers one of the best benefit packages around. In addition to the usual benefits like medical, dental, vision, life, etc.. they also have an excellent employee assistance office (LifeWork Connections) that provides support for childcare expenses and free consultations include workplace coaching, childcare referral services, elder care consultations, nutrition etc. Employee tuition benefits for both the employee and eligible family members is another huge plus. Our paid vacation and sick time also includes a paid week for university closure, making it the envy of a lot of my friends and family and supports that balance we all need.
Health insurance has different options. Very flexible
Great health insurance plans and other employee benefits.
I was paid minimum wage as a laboratory technician then I found out it was mandatory to contribute to a disability life insurance that took out 12% of my paycheck. Made it impossible to pay any bills.
Great access to medical coverage
One of the best universities.
Professional working environment. I haven't found out any cons yet, but if I had then it would not be such a big deal.
PTO and lots of vacation time.
University of Arizona offers a very competitive benefits package along with other perks such as childcare reimbursement and qualified tuition reduction.
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