Tuition reimbursement, state benefit plans, sick time, and paid holidays.
Excellent PTO, tuition waivers for employees and dependents, and above average retirement and health insurance benefits. However, wages are based on budgets so they can definitely become stagnant.
Health insurance, campus facilities, mentorship
The HMO package has great coverage and a lot of excellent providers. Low co-pays and almost all procedures are covered. PTO is outstanding, 6.77 vacation hours and 4.04 sick hours per 2 week pay period.
best is insurance and paid time off during holidays
Because the retirement benefits are part of the state plan there is a lot of bureaucracy involved and the plan changes frequently often leading to new accounts. When I left I had 7 retirement accounts with 2 brokerages. It is a pain to manage. Medical is great. And vacation time accrues at a very high rate.
No company benefits, its just a great side job if you're a full time student.
There are very few benefits for temporary "OPS" employees.
Amazing health insurance and great retirement plans.
Several benefits options, tuition reimbursement up to a certain number of credits, and several discounts within the community available, in addition to optional life, accident, etc. plans
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.