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“There are plenty of options to choose from.”
“Vacation is accrued on a monthly basis”
“Good retirement savings plans/options available. ”
Vacation days are adequate for the Chicago area. I started with 2 weeks vacation and another week of "personal holidays" which is just another name for vacation days. I pay little for my BCBS health insurance. And they match x2 my contributions to my 401k. If you are coming from a fancy consulting firm, it may not look like much. Was enough for me.
Healthcare on site. Flex Spending Account. Union. Tuition benefits if one can afford to pay up front. Stagnant wages.
Best thing about the benefits is that the retirement plan is good, the bad thing is that you pay out of your base salary. So your take away salary reduces by thousands. jkjkjkjj sddf sddf ssdf ssd sdd fffg h hj j j j j jjjjj
They have 3 insurance plans (HMO, PPO or university maroon plan); vision and dental are separate plans. University Holidays: 8 Vacation time: minimum 3 weeks (1-8 years). Health insurance is ok, not bad or great.
Since this is a part-time position, they didn't provide any benefits package. But based on the observation of other full-time employees they have a great benefits package.
Everything about the benefits are great. Great health benefits, they help with educational assistance, and also help prepare you for retirement.
Benefits at the University of Chicago are good!
good insurance, good 401k match
Matched up to 5% with 401K and 2 weeks paid vacation plus sick time. The worst part was the salary imbalance, senior management had very high salaries compared to those in lower roles and there wasn't much opportunity to get an increase.
Great tuition benefits are offered
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